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See all the in's and out's for both teams ahead of Wests Tigers Round 8 clash against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs on Sunday afternoon at ANZ Stadium!

Kickoff for the match is at 4:00pm AEST as Ivan Cleary's side look to bounce back from a tight 26-22 defeat to the Parramatta Eels on Easter Monday at the former Olympic stadium.

Bulldogs Coach Des Hasler will welcome back representative forward David Klemmer for the contest, with the prop missing last week's win over the Rabbitohs with a sprained ankle.

He takes his place back in the starting side, with Adam Elliott moving to the bench.

That pushes rookie half Matt Frawley out of the 17 — named in jersey 20 — but it's highly likely that the playmaker will come on to the bench come kickoff as per the final two weeks.

That could see Moses Mbye move to hooker when Michael Lichaa comes off.

For Wests Tigers, Coach Cleary has named a similar side to the one that went down to the Eels, with Michael Chee Kam moving back into the centres to replace Jamal Idris (hamstring).

Chee Kam, who re-signed with the Club earlier this year, has played every game so far in 2017 — starting the year in the centres before moving to the back row with Idris' return to the side.

On the other edge, Moses Suli has officially been named in the centres for the first time despite playing there the last two weeks, with Kevin Naiqama named on the left wing outside him.

With Chee Kam starting, Joel Edwards has been named in the 17 on the bench, but it'll be interesting to keep an eye on late mail to see if Luke Brooks can force his way into the side.

Brooks has not played for Wests Tigers since picking up a hamstring injury against the Storm in Round 4 but could make his return this week after being included in the reserves in jersey 21.

Sunday's game will also mark 150 games in Bulldogs colours for Aiden Tolman.

See all the team news and details below ahead of Wests Tigers clash with the Bulldogs!

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In's | David Klemmer, Francis Tualau, Reimis Smith, Renouf Toomaga

Out's | Nil.

Unavailable | Will Hopoate (eye), Chase Stanley (knee)

1. Brett Morris
2. Kerrod Holland
3. Josh Morris
4. Brenko Lee
5. Marcelo Montoya
6. Josh Reynolds
7. Moses Mbye
8. Aiden Tolman
9. Michael Lichaa 
10. James Graham (capt.)
11. Josh Jackson
12. Greg Eastwood
13. David Klemmer

14. Sam Kasiano
15. Danny Fualalo
16. Adam Elliott
17. Raymond Faitala-Mariner

19. Francis Tualau
20. Matt Frawley
21. Renouf Toomaga
23. Reimis Smith

Coach: Des Hasler



In's | JJ Felise, Joel Edwards, Justin Hunt, Kyle Lovett, Luke Brooks

Out's | Jamal Idris 

Unavailable | Jamal Idris (hamstring), Matt Ballin (knee)

1. James Tedesco
2. David Nofoaluma
3. Michael Chee Kam
4. Moses Suli
5. Kevin Naiqama
6. Mitchell Moses
7. Jack Littlejohn
8. Aaron Woods (capt.)
9. Matt McIlwrick
10. Ava Seumanufagai
11. Josh Aloiai
12. Chris Lawrence
13. Elijah Taylor

14. Tim Grant
15. Sauaso Sue
16. Joel Edwards
17. Jacob Liddle

18. JJ Felise
19. Kyle Lovett
20. Justin Hunt
21. Luke Brooks

Coach: Ivan Cleary


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