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*** UPDATE — Keary in Doubt for Wests Tigers Clash ***

South Sydney utility Luke Keary is in doubt for Friday's clash against Wests Tigers after being spotted in a moon boot hobbling around at Rabbitohs training on Wednesday morning.

Keary rolled his ankle in last Sunday's Golden Point defeat to the Gold Coast Titans.

Rabbitohs Head Coach Michael Maguire said that the Club "would need to assess him tomorrow", with still 48 hours until they kick off against Wests Tigers at ANZ Stadium.

Final teams for the clash will be confirmed at 6:50pm on Friday night.


*** ORIGINAL — Rabbitohs Unchanged from Titans Defeat ***

South Sydney Rabbitohs have named an unchanged team from last week to take on the Wests Tigers this Friday night for their Round 14 clash at ANZ Stadium.

After going down in a Golden Point thriller to the Gold Coast Titans in Perth, Rabbitohs Coach Michael Maguire has persisted with the same 17 for Friday's game — naming Cody Walker at fullback and Greg Inglis at five-eighth after his mid-season positional switch.

Inglis will partner incumbent Blues halfback Adam Reynolds in the halves, while Siosifa Talaki retains his spot on the bench after scoring a try in his NRL debut last week.

For Wests Tigers, the home side are boosted by the return of Tim Grant from a rib injury as well as Robbie Farah, who was rested from last Sunday's clash against the Roosters following a serious head knock in Round 10 before playing State of Origin on Wednesday.

The 32-year-old slots in to the starting side in the No. 9 jersey, pushing Elijah Taylor back to lock and Kyle Lovett back to the interchange bench, while Grant's return sees JJ Felise drop back to the Intrust Super Premiership competition after another strong game.

Michael Chee Kam has been named as 18th Man for the clash on Friday night, as Wests Tigers look to make it three wins in a row against the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

See how both teams will line up for Friday night's game at ANZ Stadium below!

Be there to cheer the boys on when they take on South Sydney Rabbitohs on June 10!


1. Cody Walker
2. Alexander Johnston
3. Kirisome Auva’a
4. Bryson Goodwin
5. Dane Nielsen
6. Greg Inglis (capt.)
7. Adam Reynolds
8. Thomas Burgess
9. Cameron McInnes
10. Nathan Brown
11. Paul Carter
12. Kyle Turner
13. Sam Burgess

14. Luke Keary
15. Jason Clark
16. Siosifa Talakai
17. David Tyrrell

Coach: Michael Maguire



1. James Tedesco
2. David Nofoaluma
3. Tim Simona
4. Kevin Naiqama
5. Josh Addo-Carr
6. Mitchell Moses
7. Luke Brooks
8. Aaron Woods (capt.)
9. Robbie Farah
10. Ava Seumanufagai
11. Josh Aloiai
12. Chris Lawrence
13. Elijah Taylor

14. Sauaso Sue
15. Dene Halatau
16. Tim Grant
17. Kyle Lovett
18. Michael Chee Kam

Coach: Jason Taylor


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