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Wests Tigers will feature prominently in this weekends Representative matches with several players being selected in the stand-alone fixtures.

The City Origin side will have experienced Wests Tigers outside back Joel Reddy, as well as young guns James Tedesco and Curtis Sironen.

Reddy will play his second game for City, after previously receiving the honour in 2010.

All three players will push for an Origin birth when they take on Country in Coffs Harbour this Sunday.

Captain Robbie Farah, Aaron Woods and Chris Lawrence were all originally selected in the City side but have been ruled out due to injury.

Centrebet Stadium will have six Wests Tigers players take the field on Saturday night, with the blockbuster double-header of Samoa versus Tonga and the Under 20's State of Origin being played.

Samoa will have Eddy Pettybourne and Masada Iosefa, while Ben Murdoch-Masila will make his International debut for Tonga.

The Under 20's State Origin will have three Wests Tigers players in the New South Wales team.

Kyle Lovett, Luke Brooks and Brenden Santi have been selected after impressive form in the early rounds of the National Youth Competition.

Both games will be entertaining from a Wests Tigers perspective, with Centrebet Stadium in Penrith the hosting a big afternoon of football.