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Eels winger Semi Radradra.

All the injury news and likely team changes heading into Round 24 of the NRL Telstra Premiership season.


Panthers: Chris Grevsmuhl could be a late inclusion after missing last week's game with an elbow injury.

Wests Tigers: No changes expected. 


Knights: Jarrod Mullen is in doubt with a knee injury while Sione Mata'utia is set to be ruled out with concussion. Jack Cogger is on standby for Mullen while Jacob Saifiti is set to replace Mata'utia in the side. 

Titans: Ryan James had his high tackle charge downgraded at the judiciary on Wednesday night and is free to play. Tyrone Roberts is likely to be a late inclusion, with Ash Taylor set to be rested.


Sea Eagles: There has been whispers that Tom Trbojevic will not play, but no changes expected at this stage.

Storm: Both Cameron Smith and Cooper Cronk will play despite speculation they could be rested ahead of the finals. Kevin Proctor is set to be ruled out with a knee injury, while Jordan McLean could return from an ankle injury. Ryan Morgan could be a late inclusion in place of Cheyse Blair in the centres.


Cowboys: No changes expected.

Warriors: Solomone Kata is in some doubt, while young half Ata Hingano could be a late inclusion in the 17.


Raiders: No changes expected.

Eels: Should run out as named, with Semi Radradra making his return from a knee injury.


Roosters: Dale Copley could be ruled out after last week's concussion, with Aidan Guerra on standby to join the side on the bench. 

Dragons: Tariq Sims was left out of the side with an ankle injury suffered last week and is unlikely to play.


Rabbitohs: Adam Reynolds is in serious doubt after missing the last part of last week's game with a hamstring injury. 

Sharks: Paul Gallen is expected to return after being a late withdrawal with a calf injury last week. 


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