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Wests Tigers Physiotherapist Peter Moussa provides all the latest injury news and updates heading into the Club's Round 16 clash against the Penrith Panthers.

With Robbie Farah (shoulder) and Sauaso Sue (shoulder) both expected to return for Sunday afternoon's match at Leichhardt Oval, Wests Tigers have also been boosted by the expected inclusion of Kevin Naiqama, who injured his finger in last Friday night's game.

However, David Nofoaluma — who only returned from injury in Round 14 against South Sydney Rabbitohs — is expected to miss four to six weeks with another knee injury.

"Nofoaluma's got a Grade Two tear to his medial ligament of his knee," said Moussa.

"He's in a brace at the moment, and doing a bit of rehab training on that knee.

"It's probably going to be about four to six weeks [recovery] at this stage."

Moussa also confirmed that Curtis Sironen (neck) and Chance Peni (jaw) have seen marked improvements in their recovery, with the duo resuming light training. Both players are still sidelined for an indefinite period of time as they continue their rehabilitation.

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Wests Tigers Injury Report: Round 16

Kevin Naiqama (finger) — Expected to play

Robbie Farah (shoulder) — Expected to play, fitness test pending.

Sauaso Sue (shoulder) — Expected to play, fitness test pending.

David Nofoaluma (knee) — Round 21/22

Curtis Sironen (neck) — Indefinite

Chance Peni (jaw) — Indefinite


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