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Mbye, Farah suffer injuries against Bulldogs

Wests Tigers captain Moses Mbye and hooker Robbie Farah have both been forced off early in the first half against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs on Saturday night.

Mbye was treated by the club's medical staff after warmups and led the side out as usual — even setting his side's try of the night through Paul Momirovski after seven minutes, but was taken from the field shortly after with a quad injury.

The captain is unlikely to return but is still being assessed by the medical staff.

Not long after Mbye was taken from the field, Farah suffered a knee injury in a tackle from Lachlan Lewis and received treatment on field by the club's physiotherapist.

Farah played on for the next 10 minutes but was eventually replaced by Elijah Taylor with his return also unlikely for the remainder of the contest.

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