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** UPDATE: Tuesday, June 21 at 7:30pm **

Jesse Bromwich has been cleared by the NRL Judiciary and is free to play Sunday.


** ORIGINAL: Tuesday, June 21 at 4:40pm **

Melbourne Storm NRL Head Coach Craig Bellamy has named his side to take on Wests Tigers this Sunday, June 26 at AAMI Park for their Round 16 clash.

After a last-start defeat to the St. George-Illawarra Dragons on the weekend that saw a number of late changes, Bellamy has named a vastly different side for Sunday’s game, although several question marks remain about exactly what 17 will run out at AAMI Park on Sunday.

New Zealand international Jesse Bromwich has been named for the match, but could miss the fixture if found guilty of a Grade 1 Dangerous Throw at the Judiciary. Bromwich will front the Judiciary on Wednesday night at 6:00pm, entering a not guilty plea.

Fullback Cameron Munster and five-eighth Blake Green have also been named for the match, despite being late withdrawals from last Saturday's defeat to the Dragons.

State of Origin representatives Cameron Smith and Cooper Cronk have been named to back-up, with the duo likely to play given the five-day turnaround from Game II on Wednesday.

Given the question marks, though, Bellamy has named an extended seven-man interchange bench, with Matt White (18), Christian Welch (21) and Young Tonumaipea (22) included.

For Wests Tigers, Jason Taylor has named a similar lineup to the one that defeated South Sydney prior to last week’s bye, with Jordan Rankin coming on to the wing in replace of Josh Addo-Carr, who drops back to the Club’s Intrust Super Premiership team.

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1. Cameron Munster
2. Suliasi Vunivalu
3. Cheyse Blair
4. Ryan Morgan
5. Marika Koroibete
6. Blake Green
7. Cooper Cronk
8. Jesse Bromwich
9. Cameron Smith (capt.)
10. Jordan McLean
11. Kevin Proctor
12. Tohu Harris
13. Dale Finucane

14. Nelson Asofa-Solomona
15. Felise Kaufusi
16. Kenny Bromwich
17. Ben Hampton
18. Matt White
21. Christian Welch
22. Young Tonumaipea

Coach: Craig Bellamy



1. James Tedesco
2. David Nofoaluma
3. Tim Simona
4. Kevin Naiqama
5. Jordan Rankin
6. Mitchell Moses
7. Luke Brooks
8. Aaron Woods (capt.)
9. Dene Halatau
10. Sauaso Sue
11. Josh Aloiai
12. Chris Lawrence
13. Elijah Taylor

14. Tim Grant
15. Ava Seumanufagai
16. Robbie Farah
17. Kyle Lovett
18. Michael Chee Kam

Coach: Jason Taylor


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