Indigenous All Stars players celebrate during the 2015 All Stars match.

With voting open for the Indigenous All Stars team, NRL.com staff got together to pick what we believe to be a strong line-up for the February 13 Harvey Norman Rugby League All Stars clash at Suncorp Stadium. After much debate, here is our Indigenous team to take on the World All Stars.

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Greg Inglis is an easy decision at fullback, with speedsters James Roberts and Alex Johnston making up our back three. Will Chambers and Blake Ferguson make a formidable three quarter combination, giving Aidan Sezer and Johnathan Thurston plenty of firepower in their backline to work with. 

Sam Thaiday and Andrew Fifita are an experienced front row combination, giving the Indigenous team plenty of grunt and international experience. 

Nathan Peats earns the No.9 jersey, bringing a high work rate and plenty of energy to the team.

The back row of Joel Thompson, Tyrone Peachey and Greg Bird is a great combination of ball skills and tenacity, which will continue to test the World All Stars on the edges and continue to push up in support.

The bench we've selected has a mix of big forwards and skilful outside backs to inject plenty of energy as the game opens up, as well as a few playmakers who could add some creativity late in the contest.

NRL.com's 2016 Indigenous All Stars team:

1 Greg Inglis (Rabbitohs)
2 James Roberts (Titans)
3 Will Chambers (Storm)
4 Blake Ferguson (Roosters)
5 Alex Johnston (Rabbitohs)
6 Aidan Sezer (Raiders)
7 Johnathan Thurston (Cowboys)
8 Sam Thaiday (Broncos)
9 Nathan Peats (Eels)
10 Andrew Fifita (Sharks)
11 Joel Thompson (Dragons)
12 Tyrone Peachey (Panthers)
13 Greg Bird (Titans)

Interchange
14 Chris Grevsmuhl (Rabbitohs)
15 Ryan James (Titans)
16 David Fifita (Sharks)
17 Jack Wighton (Raiders)
18 Dane Gagai (Knights)
19 Jamie Soward (Panthers)
20 Tyrone Roberts (Titans)

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