Wests Tigers Intrust Super Premiership Head Coach Paul Stringer has named his side to take on the Wyong Roos for their Round 10 clash this Saturday, May 14.

Kickoff for the match is at 3:00pm from Campbelltown Sports Stadium as the fourth-placed Wests Tigers look to make it three wins in a row against the fifth-placed Roos.

Stringer will welcome back several key players for Saturday’s game, with NSW Residents Josh Drinkwater and Asipeli Fine both named to return, while Matt Ballin will play his first game for the Club since making an off-season move from the Sea Eagles.

A two-time Premiership winner, Ballin has not played since suffering an ACL tear in Round 24 of the 2015 season, but will make his return from injury this weekend.

His inclusion sees hooker Manaia Cherrington drop back to the interchange bench, while Rod Griffin and Chance Peni also return following their international commitments.

Josh Addo-Carr has also been named to return from a groin strain, with young gun Watson Heleta moving back to fullback with Justin Hunt in the first-grade squad.

Wests Tigers and Wyong come into the match level on 12 points, with just three points separating the sides on points-differential. When the two sides met earlier in the year, it was Wests Tigers who proved too good for the home side, running out 44-16 winners.

See Wests Tigers Intrust Super Premiership side named to take on Wyong this week below!

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WESTS TIGERS INTRUST SUPER PREMIERSHIP

1. Watson Heleta
2. Josh Addo-Carr
3. Nathan Milone
4. Michael Chee Kam
5. Chance Peni
6. Jack Littlejohn
7. Josh Drinkwater
8. Dallas Graham
9. Matt Ballin
10. Wesley Lolo
11. Tyler Cassel
12. Asipeli Fine (capt.)
13. Rod Griffin

Interchange:
14. Manaia Cherrington
15. Jordan Grant
16. Joel Edwards
17. Matthew Eisenhuth
19. Jeremy Marshall-King

Coach: Paul Stringer