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Penrith will be without key playmakers Matt Moylan and James Segeyaro for their Round 16 clash against Wests Tigers on Sunday afternoon at Leichhardt Oval.

Having already lost Moylan for an extended period of time earlier this season, the Panthers will now be without Segeyaro after the elusive hooker picked up a ligament injury in his knee in his side’s Round 15 loss to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.

Ivan Cleary’s side do welcome back Australian international Josh Mansour, though, who is set to play his first game since picking up an injury in Round 7 against the Titans.

The news is much better for Jason Taylor’s side as they look to extend their strong recent record over the Penrith Panthers, with captain Robbie Farah named to play his first Club game since picking up a shoulder injury in State of Origin Game I.

Sauaso Sue has also been named to return from injury off the interchange bench, while centre Delouise Hoeter returns to the side in place of the injured David Nofoaluma.

See how the two teams stack up and their respective changes for Friday's match below.

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Wests Tigers   Penrith Panthers
James Tedesco 1 Dallin Watene Zelezniak
Kevin Naiqama 2 Josh Mansour
Delouise Hoeter 3 Dean Whare
Tim Simona 4 Waqa Blake
Pat Richards 5 David Simmons
Mitchell Moses 6 Jamie Soward
Luke Brooks 7 Peter Wallace (capt.)
Aaron Woods 8 Reagan Campbell-Gillard
Robbie Farah (capt.) 9 Apisai Koroisau
Keith Galloway 10 Nigel Plum
Kyle Lovett 11 Isaah Yeo
Chris Lawrence 12 Bryce Cartwright
Martin Taupau 13 Elijah Taylor
Dene Halatau 14 Lewis Brown
Matthew Lodge 15 Jeremy Latimore
Ava Seumanufagai 16 Sam McKendry
Sauaso Sue 17 Tyrone Peachey
Brenden Santi 18/23 Sika Manu
Jason Taylor Coach Ivan Cleary


Round 16 Team News (from

Captain Robbie Farah returns at hooker with Dene Halatau dropping back to the bench and Manaia Cherrington out completely. Delouise Hoeter replaces David Nofoaluma (knee) in the centres while Sauaso Sue takes Brendan Santi's spot on the bench.

Josh Mansour returns for the Panthers on the wing. His inclusion sees Waqa Blake go to the centres, Issah Yeo shift to the back row and Lewis Brown shifts back to the bench in place of James Segeyaro (knee). Reagan Campbell-Gillard and Sam McKendry shift between the front row and the bench. Sika Manu is 18th man.


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