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Titans playmaker Cameron Cullen made his NRL debut in Round 6.

The rumours and likely team changes heading into the weekend's Telstra Premiership matches.


Broncos: Brisbane are set to reshuffle their line-up on Friday night, with Alex Glenn to shift to the centres and Kodi Nikorima to revert to his usual interchange hooker role. Jaydn Su'A looks set to start in the back row, while Joe Ofahengaue is almost certain to replace Travis Waddell on the bench.

Storm: Blake Green is a good chance to return in the halves, which would see Tohu Harris move back to the forwards after again being named at five-eighth on Tuesday. Cameron Munster is still a chance of taking to the field but is less likely to play. 


Warriors: No late changes expected.

Titans: Cameron Cullen is a strong chance of replacing Ash Taylor (groin) in the final 17, while Karl Lawton is on standby for Nathan Friend (hand).


Wests Tigers: Should be as per program.

Panthers: New signing Zak Hardaker could come straight into the Panthers' line-up and would start in the centres at the expense of either Tyrone Peachey or Waqa Blake.


Sharks: No late changes expected.

Eels: Semi Radradra is set to play despite being offered the option of sitting out this week's match by coach Brad Arthur after returning to Australia from Fiji on Thursday. Latest on Radradra


Raiders: Canberra are expected to be as per program.

Knights: Likewise, the Knights should be as per the side named on Tuesday.


Rabbitohs: Adam Reynolds is set to return to the side after being a shock inclusion in their team list on Tuesday.

Cowboys: Despite being named mid-week, Kane Linnett is highly unlikely to play on Sunday with Tautau Moga or Javid Bowen the men most likely to join the final side.


Sea Eagles: Should be as per program.

Dragons: Mike Cooper could be a late inclusion if he recovers from a back injury in time.

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