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Wests Tigers Physiotherapist Peter Moussa provides the latest injury news and scheduled returns heading into the Club's Round 20 clash with the Sydney Roosters.

Having originally not been named for Friday's clash against the competiton favourites with a hand injury, Moussa confirmed that captain Robbie Farah would not be available for this week's game, with the hooker likely to return next week against the Melbourne Storm.

"He was pretty close this week to being named," Moussa told

"He's just not 100 percent yet, so the likely return is going to be next week."

Forward Ava Seumanufagai will also miss Friday's match against the Sydney Roosters after picking up a knee injury in Sunday's defeat to the Brisbane Broncos.

The news was much better, though, for David Nofoaluma, Tim Simona and Curtis Sironen, who have all been declared right to go for Friday's match at ANZ Stadium.

See what Peter Moussa had to say in full about the various injuries in the video above.

Be there to support the boys as they take on the Sydney Roosters on Friday, July 24!

Wests Tigers Injury Report: Round 20


Robbie Farah (hand/shoulder) — Round 21 approx.

Ava Seumanufagai (knee) — Indefinite.

David Nofoaluma (knee) — Right to play this week.

Curtis Sironen (neck) — Right to play this week.

Tim Simona (concussion) — Right to play this week.



Chance Peni (jaw) — Right to play this week.

Watson Heleta (collarbone) — Season

Dallas Graham (shoulder) — Season

Wes Lolo (arm) — Season


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