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Wests Tigers Physiotherapist Peter Moussa provides the latest injury news and updates heading into the Club's Round 21 clash against the Melbourne Storm.

Having narrowly missed out on selection for last week's clash against the Roosters, Robbie Farah has been named to make his return this Friday night against the Storm, with Moussa declaring the international hooker "good to go" following both hand and shoulder injuries.

"He got through our contact session today and pulled up good so he's good to go," he said.

"He really struggled after Origin [with his shoulder] and then he played that game for us [against the Panthers]. It's given us a little bit of grief, but he's got through the contact session and is good to go, which is good news for us this week."

The news isn't as good for Chris Lawrence, however, who is expected to miss around four to six weeks with an injury sustained in last Friday's loss to the Sydney Roosters.

See what Peter had to say about the latest injury news and more in the video above.

Be there as we take on the Storm in our Marvel jerseys this Friday at Leichhardt Oval!

Wests Tigers Injury List: Round 21


Robbie Farah (hand/shoulder) — Right to play this week

Ava Seumanufagai (knee) — Right to play this week

Keith Galloway (cork) — Right to play this week

Chris Lawrence (ankle) — Round 25 approx.



Sitaleki Akauola (knee) — Round 25 approx.

Watson Heleta (collarbone) — Season

Dallas Graham (shoulder) — Season

Wesley Lolo (arm) — Season



JJ Felise (ankle) — Round 22 approx.

Pifeleti Pifeleti (knee) — Round 22 approx.

Salesi Funaki (knee) — Round 24 approx.

Pio Sokobalavau (knee) — Season

Jack Wheelhouse (knee) — Season


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