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Rabbitohs halfback Adam Reynolds.

The injury news, rumours and likely team changes heading into Round 14 of the 2017 NRL Telstra Premiership.

‌Sea Eagles: Tom Trbojevic has trained well this week and is a strong chance to return at fullback. If Trbojevic plays, Matt Wright is expected to shift to the wing at the expense of Jono Wright.

Knights: With Joe Wardle out, Brendan Elliot will start in the centres.

‌Broncos: Ben Hunt has been dropped with Kodi Nikorima to start in the halves alongside Anthony Milford. Benji Marshall will start from the bench. Herman Ese'ese is also out, with Joe Ofahengaue joining the interchange.

Rabbitohs: Adam Reynolds has overcome a knee injury and will take his place at Suncorp Stadium. Jason Clark remains a chance of returning via the interchange, still part of the 19-man squad announced 24 hours prior to kick-off.

‌Titans: Set to be unchanged, 1-17.

Warriors: Should be as per program in Ryan Hoffman's 300th NRL game.

Panthers: Should be as per the side named on Tuesday.

Raiders: No late changes expected, with Royce Hunt to make his NRL debut via the interchange.

Eels: Corey Norman is set to make his return, pushing Clint Gutherson to the centres, with either Kirisome Auva'a or Nathan Davis to drop out.

Cowboys: Johnathan Thurston will face his final test during the captain's run on Friday. If passed fit he'll replace Kyle Laybutt in the halves.

Wests Tigers: Should be as per program.

Roosters: Daniel Tupou (groin) has been monitored closely all week but will take his place on the wing at Campbelltown Stadium.‌

Bulldogs: James Graham, Josh Reynolds and Brett Morris will all return for a Bulldogs side smarting after their heavy defeat at the hands of the Panthers.

Dragons: Scans cleared Tyson Frizell of serious injury, and he's likely to line up against the Bulldogs on Monday.

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