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Brisbane hooker Jake Turpin has passed a fitness test and will make his return in Sunday's match against the Warriors at Suncorp Stadium.

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Broncos coach Kevin Walters said Danny Levi would move to the interchange.

"It is great for Turps and the team for that matter," Walters said. "He is a very popular player amongst the playing group and also amongst the coaching staff. He gets through a lot of work and he has got that Broncos spirit."

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Broncos v Warriors, Sunday 4.05pm at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Broncos: Jake Turpin returns at hooker, with Danny Levi shifting to the bench. David Mead will be the 18th man.

Albert Kelly (knee) has been cleared of any serious injury after being collected by Victor Radley last week but is in some doubt due to ongoing soreness.

Herbie Farnworth (illness/leg) has been named after failing to finish training last Thursday and missing the Roosters clash.

Cory Paix and Brodie Croft dropped off the extended bench on Saturday.

The Broncos will play their 300th game at Suncorp Stadium.

Warriors: In changes announced an hour before kick-off, Chad Townsend (halfback) and Jazz Tevaga (hooker) come into the starting side with Sean O'Sullivan out and Wayde Egan moving back to the bench.

Jackson Frei will be 18th man for Nathan Brown's team.

Kodi Nikorima and Edward Kosi dropped out of the playing squad 24 hours before kick-off.

The Warriors are aiming for four consecutive wins for the first time since 2018.

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