The NRL has launched a bitter rivalry between Latrell Mitchell and Sydney Raster, with the South Sydney star set to return from his previous ban.

By the end of the 2021 season, Michel was shot in the head by Joy Manu and suspended for six weeks, sparking outrage at the Rosters.

But as part of Tuesday’s release of the new NRL, Mitchell’s return will be in the third round in three colors.

“There are many things to do to make the first two rounds more enjoyable,” said Andrew Abdo, NRL CEO.

“Roosters-Rabbitohs always have a regular season.

“So I can’t say we did it on purpose, there are a lot of limitations.

“But it works well.”

2022 is one of the highlights.

With their first match in New Zealand since 2019, the Warriors are set to return to their homeland in the 15th round with Penitre.

That New Zealand border could open in time for Australia, with the fighters playing their home games on Redkliff and Sunshine Beach until June.

Although the border has already been opened, the NRL is likely to return to Oakland before June 18.

“You never say anything,” he said, “but I say this is unlikely.”

“Because the fighters are looking for a body of certainty.

“Having said that, I am very happy to be back in New Zealand.

“It will be a very special time when this happens.”

NRL will host Dali M medal winner Tom Trbojevich on March 10 in a Premier League match against defending Premier League champions Pennice Manley.

Depending on Cleary’s ability to overcome a shoulder injury in time to play, the match marks the first game to be played in NSW since last July.

Adam Reynolds will face his former club South Sydney in the opening round when they finish in Brisbane.

The big rematch will take place in four rounds between the Panthers and Rabbit, where fans will meet Pennit and Melbourne in the magic round.

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Game Two will be played on Sunday, June 26 in Perth and the third match in Brisbane on Wednesday, July 13.

The NRL’s final will be played on October 2 at the Australian Stadium 13 days before the opening of the Rugby League World Cup in the United Kingdom.