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Sio Siua Taukeiaho makes a run against the Panthers in Round 22.

All the injury news and likely late changes heading into the seventh round of the 2017 Telstra Premiership season.

Bulldogs: Halfback Matt Frawley is likely to come into the 17, at least on the bench. Brett Morris starts at fullback this week with Adam Elliott replacing the injured David Klemmer in the pack.

Rabbitohs: No changes expected.

Knights: Jamie Buhrer is out for two months with a fractured foot, with Joe Wardle set to start in the second row and Luke Yates or Jacob Saifiti to join the bench.

Roosters: Sio Siua Taukeiaho could make his return from a knee injury in what would be his first game of 2017, with Connor Watson dropping off the bench.

Broncos: Korbin Sims will play after overcoming a foot injury. Kodi Nikorima will start at halfback in place of the injured Ben Hunt.

Titans: Konrad Hurrell will miss the game with an ankle injury with Dan Sarginson set to line up at centre. Chris McQueen has overcome back spasms and is fit to play. Nathan Peats is also fit to make his return from injury. 

Sea Eagles: Akuila Uate will return from injury for Manly.

Storm: Cameron Munster (jaw) and Jesse Bromwich (back) are both a chance of returning from injuries and joining the 17 on game day.

Raiders: No changes expected.

Warriors: No changes expected. 

Dragons: Tyson Frizell is likely to play despite suffering a side strain last week.

Cowboys: Justin O'Neill is back from a knee injury. Ben Hampton will replace Johnathan Thurston at halfback this week with Blake Leary slotting in at hooker.

Panthers: Bryce Cartwright didn't train early in the week but remains some chance of returning from an ankle injury.

Sharks: Fa'amanu Brown could join the 17 as a bench hooker.

Eels: No changes expected. 

Wests Tigers: No changes expected. 


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