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Updated NRL Teamlist: Round 11

Panthers coach Ivan Cleary has reduced his squad to face Gold Coast Titans at Cbus Super Stadium on Sunday.

Pat Hollis has been omitted while, in another blow to the club's injury-depleted playing roster, Viliame Kikau has been withdrawn after suffering a minor calf injury at training.

Billy Burns has been promoted to the starting side and Matt Burton to the bench as the Panthers prepare to field the competition's least experienced line-up, with only 968 combined NRL games between the 17 players.

Kikau joins Dylan Edwards (hamstring), Api Koroisau (elbow), Dean Whare (thigh), Brian To'o (ankle), Kurt Capewell (knee), Zane Tetevano (back) and Jed Cartwright (shoulder) on the sidelines.

The Panthers will wear the pink 2020 Alternate Jersey.

Cleary confident as reserves get their shot

1. Caleb AEKINS - sponsored by CC Tyres Penrith
2. Josh MANSOUR - sponsored by MKJ Projects
3. Brent NADEN - sponsored by Potter Automotive
4. Stephen CRICHTON - sponsored by Penrith Toyota
5. Malakai WATENE-ZELEZNIAK - sponsored by Soneta Plumbing
6. Jarome LUAI - sponsored by Hertz
7. Nathan CLEARY - sponsored by Chemtools
8. James TAMOU (c) - sponsored by Protech Locksmiths
9. Mitch KENNY - sponsored by Cetnaj Wetherill Park
10. James FISHER-HARRIS - sponsored by Chardon & Abbott Home Loans
17. Billy BURNS - sponsored by Hix Group
12. Liam MARTIN - sponsored by AMA Event Management
13. Isaah YEO - sponsored by Casella Express

14. Tyrone MAY - sponsored by Signace
15. Spencer LENIU - sponsored by Wisdom Dental and Denture Clinic
16. Moses LEOTA - sponsored by Fornari's Interior Linings
18. Matt BURTON - sponsored by Wright Way Plumbing & Civil
19. Daine LAURIE - sponsored by Stylus Blinds
20. Lindsay SMITH - sponsored by Southlands Estate Agents

Feels like I'm making my debut again: MWZ

Acknowledgement of Country

Penrith Panthers players and staff respect and honour the traditional custodians of the land and pay our respects to their elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.