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Wests Tigers youngster Mitchell Moses is set to make his NRL debut this weekend.

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Bulldogs v Sea Eagles

Bulldogs: No changes expected, with Aidan Tolman and Sam Kasiano to shake off injury concerns. 

Sea Eagles: No changes expected.

Dragons v Cowboys

Dragons: Dylan Farrell (pec) and Dan Hunt (groin) could both play as they race to recover from injury, having been named on an extended bench on Tuesday. 

Cowboys: Halfback Ray Thompson is some chance of being a late inclusion if he recovers from his hamstring injury. If Thompson plays, expect Michael Morgan to revert to fullback with Matthew Wright shifting back to centre and new recruit Tautau Moga likely to drop out.

Roosters v Sharks

Roosters: No changes expected.

Sharks: Hooker Pat Politoni is likely to earn a spot on the bench, with two others to drop out of the 19-man squad named on Tuesday.

Wests Tigers v Panthers

Tigers: Mitchell Moses is set to make his NRL debut at fullback following the injury to James Tedesco, with Blake Austin to move back to the bench if he recovers from a nagging ankle injury. David Nofoaluma is likely to play despite a knee complaint.

Panthers: Jamie Soward is in doubt with an ankle injury. 

Rabbitohs v Titans

Rabbitohs: With a Monday night kick-off George Burgess is hopeful of being fit for a late inclusion, although Souths expect both Burgess and Kirisome Auva'a to return from their ankle injuries in Round 19 following the club's bye next week. 

Titans: Albert Kelly is likely to start in the halves after playing a full game in the Queensland Cup last weekend, with Maurice Blair set to move into the centres. Ben Ridge is in some doubt with a shoulder injury, with Tom Kingston likely to get his NRL debut off the bench.

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