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Wests Tigers hooker Robbie Farah is aiming to make his return from injury in the Club’s Round 4 Easter Monday clash against the Parramatta Eels on March 28.

After sustaining a knee injury in the Club’s final trial match against the Cronulla Sharks, Farah is yet to feature in season 2016, but could make an early return from injury in the traditional Easter Monday clash according to Wests Tigers Physiotherapist Peter Moussa.

“Robbie [Farah] is going really well,” Moussa told

“He’s done some running outside with me. We’re going to run a couple more times this week… [with] the goal to get him ready for Monday night against Parramatta.”

Farah’s potential return will be a big inclusion for the Club, as well as those thinking of heading along to the Easter Monday blockbuster at ANZ Stadium. Wests Tigers have won the last two Easter Monday matches against Parramatta, with monster crowds of over 50,000 and 35,000 taking in the game over the past two years — making it an event you definitely don’t want to miss as Wests Tigers look to continue their strong start to season 2016.

Wests Tigers ANZ Stadium Members get a range of benefits for the game including discounted parking, best seating for the game, merchandise, food and beverage discounts and free train travel as well as a post-match function with the NRL playing squad and coaches.

With access to seven Wests Tigers games at the venue for just $84 — that’s just $12 a game — make sure you sign up today and be there to support the boys on the day!

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