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James Segeyaro could be a late inclusion for the Panthers against Manly this week.

All the likely late changes ahead of the weekend's NRL matches.

Broncos v Dragons

Broncos: Should be 1-17, with Justin Hodges again playing at fullback.

Dragons: Josh Dugan and Benji Marshall have both been cleared of ankle injuries and are expected to play. Nathan Green, Bronson Harrison and Jack Stockwell are likely to drop off the extended bench.

Knights v Eels

Knights: No changes expected, with Timana Tahu to come off the bench for his first NRL appearance of the season and Jarrod Mullen back from his calf injury.

Eels: Expected to be 1-17, with Willie Tonga, Ken Sio and Manu Ma'u all set to return next week.

Raiders v Wests Tigers

Raiders: Should be 1-17 with both Brett White and Brenko Lee still at least another week away from returning from their injuries.

Tigers: Pat Richards is likely to play despite a groin injury, but Luke Brooks will miss the game with his hamstring injury.

Roosters v Storm

Roosters: Expected to be 1-17 with Sonny Bill Williams back in the starting side.

Storm: Jesse Bromwich will return as named.

Warriors v Titans

Warriors: No changes expected, with Konrad Hurrell to play despite a leg complaint.

Titans: Luke Bailey is out with a neck injury, with David Mead coming into the centres and Brad Takairangi moving into the forward pack. Kevin Gordon is some chance of being a late inclusion after recovering from his knee injury.

Sea Eagles v Panthers

Sea Eagles: Glenn Stewart won't be back this season, meaning he has played his last game for Manly ahead of his switch to the Rabbitohs next year. Dunamis Lui has recovered from his knee injury and could come into the side.

Panthers: James Segeyaro is likely to return, with Kevin Kingston out for the season with a knee injury and Jeremy Latimore suspended. 

Cowboys v Sharks

Cowboys: Likely to be 1-17.

Sharks: Tinirau Arona  and Tupou Sopoaga have both overcome hamstring injuries and are set to start in the back row as named.

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