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Wests Tigers can provide the following injury update on Captain Robbie Farah, who suffered a shoulder injury in Wednesday night’s State of Origin Game I.

Farah has sustained a Grade 3 AC joint injury in his left shoulder, and is expected to miss Wests Tigers’ Round 13 clash against the Gold Coast Titans at Leichhardt Oval.

However, the Club is hopeful Farah will be available for selection for Game II of the 2015 State of Origin series at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Wednesday, June 17, with the injury only expected to sideline the 31-year-old hooker for two to four weeks.

In good news, forward Aaron Woods has reported injury free from Wednesday’s game, and will line up for the Club against the Titans next Friday night.

See what Club Doctor Peter Lorentzos had to say about Farah's injury in the video above.

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