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Parramatta Eels will welcome back key forward Beau Scott for Saturday's clash against Wests Tigers at ANZ Stadium after his late withdrawal last weekend.

Scott missed his side's defeat to the Gold Coast Titans, but returns at lock forward in a much-needed boost for the Eels — allowing Tepai Moeroa to move back to the back row.

Peni Terepo also comes on to the bench for Cody Nelson in Saturday's team, while Vai Toutai makes his return from a knee injury on the wing in place of Bureta Faraimo.

Michael Jennings has not been named to make his return from a hamstring injury, with Eels officials saying that the Origin representative is unlikely to return until Round 22.

Semi Radradra (knee), Kaysa Pritchard (knee) and Corey Norman (suspension) are all unavailable for the match, while replacement centre Manu Ma'u could also be a late withdrawal as he fights his Dangerous Throw charge at the Judiciary on Wednesday night.

Wests Tigers have named the same 1-17 that beat the Dragons 25-12 in Round 20.

See all the in's and out's for both teams ahead of Saturday's match at ANZ Stadium.

Sunday afternoon footy returns to Leichhardt Oval when we take on the Cowboys!


In's — Beau Scott, Vai Toutai

Out's — Bureta Faraimo, Cody Nelson, Manu Ma'u (pending Judiciary)

1. Michael Gordon
2. Vai Toutai
3. Manu Ma'u
4. Brad Takairangi
5. Bevan French
6. Clinton Gutherson
7. Jeff Robson
8. Danny Wicks
9. Isaac De Gois
10. Tim Mannah (capt.)
11. Kenny Edwards
12. Tepai Moeroa
13. Beau Scott

14. Rory O'Brien
15. Peni Terepo
16. David Gower
17. Daniel Alvaro

Coach: Brad Arthur



In's — None

Out's — None

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. Kyle Lovett
15. Ava Seumanufagai
16. Tim Grant
17. Joel Edwards

Coach: Jason Taylor


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