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Dene Halatau enjoyed a lengthy NRL career and also represented New Zealand in the Test arena.

UPDATE: Mitch Moses is a late withdrawal for the Wests Tigers with a quad strain, with Chris Lawrence to shift to five-eighth.

Both South Sydney and the Wests Tigers have included a club rookie on the bench for Thursday night's clash at ANZ Stadium.

Former Cronulla Shark Patrice Siolo will make his South Sydney debut, replacing Jason Clark on the Rabbitohs bench.

Meanwhile ex-Manly second-rower Michael Chee Kam will come off the bench for the Tigers, with Tim Grant out with a knee injury and Dene Halatau moving into the starting side.

1 Greg Inglis
2 Dane Nielsen
3 Kirisome Auva'a
4 Bryson Goodwin
5 Aaron Gray
6 Luke Keary
7 Adam Reynolds
8 Thomas Burgess
9 Damien Cook
10 David Tyrrell
11 Christopher Grevsmuhl
12 Kyle Turner
13 Samuel Burgess
14 Cameron McInnes
16 Nathan Brown
17 George Burgess
18 Patrice Siolo

Wests Tigers
1 James Tedesco
2 David Nofoaluma
3 Tim Simona
4 Kevin Naiqama
5 Jordan Rankin
12 Chris Lawrence
7 Luke Brooks
8 Avagalu Seumanufagai
9 Robbie Farah
13 Sauaso Jesse Sue
11 Curtis Sironen
16 Kyle Lovett
15 Dene Halatau
14 Joshua Aloiai
17 JJ Felise
18 Michael Chee Kam
19 Asipeli Fine

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