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Wests Tigers Physiotherapist Peter Moussa has provided some good news for fans in the Club’s latest Injury Report — giving captain Robbie Farah the green light to make his return from injury this weekend against the Cronulla Sharks.

Full Injury Report in the video above.

Farah injured his elbow in the Club’s Round 6 win against the North Queensland Cowboys and was expected to miss close to six weeks of football, but has made a strong recovery and will lead the team out at Remondis Stadium this weekend.

Curtis Sironen is also making strong improvements from a foot injury he suffered in the Auckland Nines at the start of the year, with Moussa hopeful that the powerful second-rower will be available for selection in Round 11 against the Brisbane Broncos.

With a bye in Round 12, Wests Tigers are in line to have Dene Halatau (ankle), James Tedesco (ankle) and Liam Fulton (back) all available to make their return in Round 13 against Newcastle, depending on how their recovery process goes over the next few weeks.


Updated NRL Injury Report

James Gavet (hamstring) — Round 11

Curtis Sironen (foot) — Round 11

Dene Halatau (ankle) — Round 12

James Tedesco (ankle) — Round 13

Liam Fulton (back) — Round 13

Tim Moltzen (knee) — Indefinite


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