Wests Tigers hooker Robbie Farah says he's confident he'll be right to play in the Club's Round 4 clash against the Parramatta Eels on Easter Monday.
Having missed the opening three games of the year to a knee injury, Farah told the media on Monday he was confident of being right for the match on Monday, March 28, and that he was looking forward to being out with the team again after a strong start to the year.
"I'm pretty confident I'll be there [this week]," Farah said.
"I've been running now for over a week and there hasn't been any dramas with the increased work load. I've been picking it up day-by-day with the training and it's been fine so I'll be out there training with the boys tomorrow and as long as there's no setbacks, I'll be playing.
"It's always easier watching the boys on the sideline when they're winning; it's difficult when they're not going so well, but the first two weeks have been outstanding for us."
Having played in last year's thrilling Easter Monday blockbuster against the Eels, Farah said he was thrilled to be making his return from injury in such a big game, and urged all Wests Tigers fans and Members to come to the game to support the boys on Easter Monday.
"It's a massive game on Monday," Farah enthused.
"It's always a huge crowd out there at ANZ Stadium for the Easter Monday game. The last two years we've played them have been epic encounters so we're hoping for another one!"