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Scotland, England, New Zealand and Australia have all named their squads for the opening weekend of the 2016 Four Nations.

Official team lists for the first weekend of the 2016 Four Nations tournament.

Australia v Scotland - Sat 29 Oct, 6.00am (AEDT), Lightstream Stadium


1 Matt Moylan
2 Josh Mansour
3 Justin O'Neill
4 Josh Dugan
5 Blake Ferguson
6 James Maloney
7 Cooper Cronk
8 Aarons Woods
9 Cameron Smith (c)
10 David Klemmer
11 Sam Thaiday
12 Tyson Frizell
13 Jake Trbojevic

14 Jake Friend
15 Shannon Boyd
16 Trent Merrin
17 Michael Morgan

Coach: Mal Meninga


1 Lachlan Coote
2 Lewis Tierney
3 Euan Aitken
4 Kane Linnett
5 Matty Russell
6 Danny Brough (c)
7 Ryan Brierley
8 Adam Walker
9 Liam Hood
10 Luke Douglas
11 Danny Addy
12 Dale Ferguson
13 Ben Kavanagh

14 Ben Hellewell
15 Sheldon Powe-Hobbs
16 Sam Brooks
17 Billy McConnachie

Coach: Steve McCormack
Updated team news: No late changes for Mal Meninga's side, who are 1-17, with Boyd Cordner and Valentine Holmes dropping off the extended bench named mid-week.
Updated team news: Frankie Mariano and Tyler Cassel drop out of the 19-man squad during the week.

England v New Zealand - Sun 30 Oct, 12.30am (AEDT), John Smith's Stadium


1 Jonny Lomax
2 Jermaine McGillvary
3 Kallum Watkins
4 Dan Sarginson
5 Ryan Hall
6 Gareth Widdop
7 Luke Gale
8 Chris Hill
9 Josh Hodgson
10 James Graham
11 John Bateman
12 Elliott Whitehead
13 Sam Burgess (c)

14 Thomas Burgess
15 George Burgess
16 Mike Cooper
17 Daryl Clark

Coach: Wayne Bennett

New Zealand

1 Jordan Kahu
2 Jason Nightingale
3 Solomone Kata
4 Shaun Kenny-Dowall
5 Jordan Rapana
6 Thomas Leuluai
7 Shaun Johnson
8 Jesse Bromwich (c)
9 Issac Luke
10 Jared Waerea-Hargreaves
11 Kevin Proctor
12 Tohu Harris
13 Jason Taumalolo

14 Lewis Brown
15 Martin Taupau
16 Manu Ma'u
17 Adam Blair

Coach: David Kidwell
Updated team news: Liam Farrell and George Williams drop out of the extended squad named during the week.
Updated team news: No late changes for the Kiwis, who are unchanged from their last-start loss to the Kangaroos in Perth.

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