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Benji Marshall is set to miss Friday night's clash with the Broncos.

Benji Marshall set to miss Dragons clash, Beau Scott in doubt and Bodene Thompson and Michael Lichaa are set to line up this weekend.


Broncos: No changes expected, with Brisbane boosted by the return of Adam Blair from suspension.

Dragons: Benji Marshall is set to be ruled out with a hamstring injury, with Drew Hutchinson to start in the halves. 


Wests Tigers: Kevin Naiqama (elbow) is in doubt for the Tigers, while Sauaso Sue (concussion) and Dene Halatau (ankle) are likely to play despite their injury concerns.

Knights: Beau Scott is in doubt with a foot injury, while Danny Levi could replace fellow dummy-half Tyler Randell on the bench.


Panthers: Nigel Plum is set to come into the Penrith side.

Warriors: Bodene Thompson should make his return from an ankle injury in the second row, with Raymond Faitala-Mariner likely to drop back to the bench. Ryan Hoffman will return to the side as named.


Roosters: The Roosters are injury-free but could rest some of their stars in the lead-up to the NRL Telstra Premiership finals.

Eels: Brad Takairangi is out for the season with a foot injury, with Vai Toutai likely to replace him in the side. 


Raiders: No changes expected for Canberra.

Sea Eagles: Brenton Lawrence could come into the side for the first time this season after being named on an extended bench on Tuesday.


Bulldogs: Michael Lichaa is set to play despite picking up a knee injury last week, while Aiden Tolman is in doubt with a hamstring injury.

Titans: Kane Elgey is in some doubt after missing training on Thursday. Nate Myles will miss another game with a shoulder injury. Eddy Pettybourne has been cleared to play despite having a virus this week.


Sharks: No  changes expected.

Storm: Also likely to be 1-17.

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