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Wests Tigers Intrust Super Premiership Coach David Heath has finalised his side to take on the Wyong Roos today for their Round 14 clash at Campbelltown Stadium.

Kickoff for the match is at 11:45am AEST, with no live TV coverage available.

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Looking to bounce back from a disappointing last start defeat, Heath has confirmed just one adjustment to an otherwise unchanged lineup for today's clash with Jackson Williams starting in the front row in place of Darcy Cox, who drops back to the interchange bench.

Having orginally been named as reserves for the NRL squad, Malakai Watene-Zelezniak, Jordan Rankin, Joel Edwards and Matt Eisenhuth have all been named in the run-on side.

See how both teams will line up for today's Intrust Super Premiership clash below!

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


1. Watson Heleta
2. Ryland Jacobs
3. Nathan Milone (capt.)
4. Malakai Watene-Zelezniak
5. Toa Mata'afa
6. Bayley Sironen
7. Jordan Rankin
17. Jackson Williams
9. Jeremy Marshall-King
10. Wesley Lolo
11. Luke Garner
12. Joel Edwards
13. Matt Eisenhuth (capt.)

8. Darcy Cox
14. Jack Wheelhouse
15. Junior Tatola
16. Jordan Grant

Coach: David Heath



1. Luke Sharpe
2. Johnny Tuivasa-Sheck
4. Matthew Ikuvalu
20. Josh Mantellato
5. Chris Centrone
3. Paul Momirovski
7. Mitch Cornish
15. Lindsay Collins
9. Mitch Williams (capt.)
14. Eloni Vunakece
10. Justin Toomey-White
24. Brendan Frei
22. Nat Butcher

13. Brenden Santi
17. Jake Lewis
18. Liam Knight
25. Grant Garvey

Coach: Rip Taylor


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