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Wests Tigers Head Coach Ivan Cleary has updated his 19-man squad to take on the Sydney Roosters tomorrow afternoon for their Round 14 clash at Campbelltown.

Kickoff for the match is at 4:00pm AEST from Campbelltown Sports Stadium.

After the team's final training run this morning, Cleary has confirmed that Matt Eisenhuth (18) and Jordan Rankin (20) have dropped out of the 19-man squad, and have both been named to start in the Club's Intrust Super Premiership team to take on the Wyong Roos.

The starting team and interchange list named earlier in the week is otherwise unchanged, with Malakai Watene-Zelezniak (19) and Joel Edwards (21) listed as reserves.

For the Roosters, in-form winger Daniel Tupou has been ruled out of the match with a groin injury, forcing a shuffle in the side that sees Latrell Mitchell move to the wing, Mitchell Aubusson move to the centres, and Aidan Guerra called in to the starting side.

See the updated team news for both sides for tomorrow's game, thanks to Fowlers Carpets!

Sunday arvo footy returns to Campbelltown on June 11 when we take on the Roosters!


1. James Tedesco
2. David Nofoaluma
3. Michael Chee Kam
4. Moses Suli
5. Kevin Naiqama
6. Tuimoala Lolohea
7. Jack Littlejohn
8. Aaron Woods (capt.)
9. Matt McIlwrick
10. Ava Seumanufagai
11. Sauaso Sue
12. Kyle Lovett
13. Elijah Taylor

14. Tim Grant
15. JJ Felise
16. Esan Marsters
17. Jacob Liddle

19. Malakai Watene-Zelezniak
21. Joel Edwards

Coach: Ivan Cleary



1. Michael Gordon
5. Blake Ferguson
4. Joseph Manu
12. Mitchell Aubusson
3. Latrell Mitchell
6. Luke Keary
7. Mitchell Pearce
8. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves
9. Jake Friend (capt.)
10. Dylan Napa
11. Boyd Cordner (capt.)
15. Aidan Guerra
13. Sio Siua Taukeiaho

14. Isaac Liu
16. Ryan Matterson
17. Connor Watson
18. Zane Tetevano

19. Kane Evans
20. Chris Smith

Coach: Trent Robinson


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