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Benji Marshall has agreed to terms with St George Illawarra and will wear the red and white in his NRL return in 2014.

Confirmed final teams for Round 10 as they're named

Rabbitohs v Storm

Rabbitohs: Should be 1-17 after hooker Apisai Koroisau had a dangerous throw charge downgraded at the judiciary. Halfback Adam Reynolds has been cleared to play after back spasms saw him fail to finish last weekend's match against the Titans. Top hooker Issac Luke is getting close to making a comeback from his shoulder injury.

Storm: Should be as named, with Joel Romelo slotting into five-eighth for the suspended Ben Hampton.

Broncos v Titans

Broncos: No changes expected, with Test second-rower Sam Thaiday to again miss out with his calf injury.

Titans: Halfback Albert Kelly (hamstring), lock Ashley Harrison (concussion) and winger Kevin Gordon (virus and knee) will not play. Beau Henry has been brought in for Kelly, while Kalifa Faifai Loa will make his club debut in place of Gordon. Nate Myles may shift from prop to lock for Harrison, with front-rowers Luke Bailey (ankle) and Matt White (suspension) back in the squad. Utility Paul Carter is also back from a ban as the Titans prepare to cover the loss of Greg Bird to suspension. Five-eighth Aidan Sezer will play despite an ankle issue.

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Eels v Dragons

Eels: Second-rower Man Ma'u (concussion) has been cleared, so Parramatta should be 1-17. Jarryd Hayne (shoulder) and Nathan Peats (ankle) will again battle through niggling injuries.

Dragons: Benji Marshall has been cleared to make his Dragons debut with the club having finalised a compensation payment to Wests Tigers. Prop Jack Stockwell (foot) is out, with Mike Cooper to take his bench spot despite being omitted on Tuesday due to injury. Winger Jason Nightingale should be fit to return from a knee injury, though Peter Mata'utia is on standby.

Sharks v Wests Tigers

Sharks: Todd Carney (hamstring) will make his return on Saturday after completing training on Friday. Peter Sharp's 17 is not locked in yet due to a short turnaround from Monday's game against Parramatta.

Wests Tigers: Should play as named, with the major inclusions of captain and hooker Robbie Farah after his elbow injury, centre Tim Simona (suspension), five-eighth Braith Anasta and prop Sauaso Sue (both ankle).

Cowboys v Roosters

Cowboys: Gun forwards Tariq Sims and Jason Taumalolo are still in doubt due to ankle injuries. However, halfback Ray Thompson (knee) and winger Antonio Winterstein (hamstring) should be fine to make their comebacks.

Roosters: No changes are expected for the  Roosters, with James Maloney moving to halfback and Sonny Bill Williams to five-eighth to cover the well-documented club-imposed suspension of Mitchell Pearce.

Raiders v Panthers

Raiders: Canberra's line-up is yet to be locked in after besieged coach Ricky Stuart named a 21-man squad. Jack Wighton will shift back to the centres, Josh McCrone to halfback and Terry Campese to five-eighth in key changes unveiled by Stuart on Tuesday.

Should be unchanged, with prop Tim Grant back from a calf injury to cover the loss of Nigel Plum (concussion). Hooker Kevin Kingston (foot) will miss another week but should be fit to return after a bye.

Bulldogs v Warriors

Expected to field the same team that thumped the Dragons last weekend, with no injury concerns.

Warriors: Should be unchanged from the side that smashed Canberra last weekend.

Sea Eagles v Knights

Sea Eagles:
Stars Kieran Foran and Jamie Lyon (both knee) are likely to be left out despite pushing for returns, with Manly scheduled for a bye next round. No changes are expected, with winger David Williams (concussion) cleared. Tom Symonds is again a strong chance to play despite being named in jersey No.18.

Knights: Top back-rower Jeremy Smith (knee) is likely to again be let out with Newcastle set for a bye next round. Forwards Willie Mason and Korbin Sims will return from suspension to bolster the pack.

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