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A full wrap of the day's important NRL Fantasy news that could impact your Fantasy selections.

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- We start today's Fantasy Files with Kieran Foran (HLF, $349,000), as the Eels captain remains no certain starter for the season-opener on Thursday night. Coach Brad Arthur remains hopeful his star recruit will be right to take to Pirtek Stadium in Round 1, but admits Foran has only been able to run at 80 per cent in the past week. Read more

- Still on Foran, and Broncos players aren't concerning themselves with any injury talk. Alex Glenn (2RF, $384,000) says his side are still preparing as if they will be facing his fellow New Zealand international. Read more

- There are an incredible number of players poised to make their debut in Round 1. Want to know more about which rookies you should pick in your Fantasy side? Read more

- What do the Round 1 teams mean for your Fantasy side?'s Fantasy expert Lone Scout breaks down every squad. Read more.

- Titans fullback Will Zillman (WFB/CTR, $238,000) is in doubt for Sunday's clash with the Knights, with David Mead (WFB, $206,000) likely to switch to the back and new signing John Olive (CTR, $134,000) potentially the man to come in on the wing. Read more

- Panthers forward Bryce Cartwright (2RF, $357,000) admits he wants to play 80 minutes each week, but is happy to share the load with the bevy of talent Penrith possess in the back row. Read more

- With changes to interchange rules, Wayne Bennett aims to use Sam Thaiday (2RF/FRF, $369,000) as an impact forward in 2016. Read more.

- analyst Matt Elliott takes a look at what Jackson Hastings (HLF, $149,000) and Cameron McInnes (HOK, $296,000) will bring to the NRL in 2016. Watch The Breakdown with Matt Elliott

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