State of Origin game one team

Brad Fitler has confirmed that he will run out for NSW in the opening match of the series at Acre Stadium on June 8 when the roosters winger Daniel Tupu And night prop Jacob Saifiti The potential is set to be wonderful inclusions.

The Blues will announce their squad on Sunday night and the Maroons will wait until Monday morning.

While at Queensland Rookie Mentor, Fitler will have to find a new center pair Billy Slater He was impressed by the young gun Selwyn Kobo and Jeremiah Nanai Since he wants to make his first squad.

Despite the turmoil surrounding Haas’ contract dispute with Brisbane, Fitler told Channel 9 that the big prop was the first player he called on Sunday morning to let him know he was on the team.

Rabbit lock Cameron Murray (Shoulder) was set to stay out of the run, but he was able to go after returning early Saturday night against the West Tigers to strengthen the Blues’ pack.

Saifiti and Tupau, according to a Sydney Morning Herald Reportedly, NSW must have a 22-member squad.

With Tom Trobozevic Joining Lateral Mitchell on the sidelines, Fitler will choose a completely new center combination for Game One. Trobozevich will miss the rest of the season after displacing his shoulder when Mitchell’s hamstring is torn and will keep him out until mid-June. Stephen Crichton and Cotoni Stags All but sure to be the new center.

Ryan Papenhuen (Knee and hamstring) Bench utility has no chance to take over, leaving room for Canberra Jack Whitton Or shark halfback Niche hynes.

Maroon star, Criminal justiceBrisbane made an argument against his own inclusion in the emotional response to the Titans’ defeat against the Broncos on Friday night.

Although Fasumaleui made an impressive 203m in the first half alone, trashing his second-half performance, saying at the post-match press conference, “Honestly, I don’t feel like I’m at the Origin camp the way I played then, and the last few weeks.”

“In the second half, there was a lot where I disappointed the boys and this is something that Billy and the coaching staff and selectors will see.”

“I really want to get that maroon jersey because I think I owe it to Queensland. I didn’t play well in the last series and I disappointed the state.

“He (Maroon coach Billy Slater) is one of the best and that’s why I want to do Queensland because Billy is a part of it.

“I was down with him during the storm and every time we trained, I looked at him a lot.”

David Fifita Returning from a long-awaited injury for the Titans, an attempt and their loss to the Broncos after playing off the interchange bench for 48 minutes.

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For the Maroons, using Queensland is a chance to come to the Cobbo Wing Valentine Homes As well as in the center Gagai data When Nanai can be used in the second row or on the bench.

The stars of the storm Xavier Coates When the Cowboy Speedstar could be on one wing for Queensland Hamiso Tabuai-Fido The wide out is in the mix for a spot.

Assistant coach Cameron Smith also hinted Kalin Ponga Despite the Warriors having young guns, they are still ahead for fullback Rees WalshIts impressive form.

Each state will select a squad of 22 players. NSW wants to claim the shield for the fourth time in five years. Sweep Team of ’95.

The Maroons have led Slater to a 20-18 game-winning three-match winning streak after losing 50-6 and 28-0 in the first two games after Paul Green’s only year in office. All on Queensland soil.

Slater also mentioned that he was looking at Brisbane’s choice Patrick Carrigan, Tom Flaler and Keenan Palacia, Cowboy young gun Hilum Lukey And the Titan II-Roar Handsome Fermor As an alternative to increasing his pack.

Here’s how tracking the selections for each team to move forward with the official announcement in the next 24 hours.

James Tedesco Origin won

James Tedesco raises the State of Origin Shield. (Photo by Bradley Canaris / Getty Images)

NSW

Outer back: Due to Michelle’s hamstring surgery and Trobozevic’s shoulder problems, James Tedesco will lead the Blues until he returns to the wing with Josh Ado-Carr and Brian Too. Stephen Crichton and Cotoni Stags lead the way with Jack Whitton’s next possible option. COCIFA Talakai, Campbell Graham and Matt Burton are also alternatives but unlikely. Daniel Tupu is seen in the extended squad.

Half: Penrith will be joined by Nathan Cleary and Jerome Louie. Cody Walker and Mitch Moses are the two players who will come to the team if needed.

Pack: Juniors Paolo and Payne Haas are in good form and are almost certain to be the starting props with Hooker at Origin for the 13th time since his debut with Damien Cook in 2018. Murray and Sims were second rowers last year and Fitler is looking forward to seeing Sims on his team again. Coming back early from shoulder problems can be a huge boost for the Murray Blues. In form, Martin will have to be the first edge to be picked before Frisel, Crichton, Sims and Kolomatangi. Panthers co-captain Isah Yeo will also be there.

Sessions: Fitler is a big fan of Jack Trobozevic, who played 13 straight origins before being ruled out of the last two games of 2021 due to a hip injury, and he can cover prop or lock. Frizel, who can switch between the middle and the edge, is more likely to get consent. With the help of the Knights Daniel Saifiti’s form has deteriorated but his twin Jacob could be an inclusion.

Angus Crichton

Blues’ Angus Crichton and teammates are celebrating. (Photo by Cameron Spencer / Getty Images)

The utility berth was likely to go to Papenhuizen but his absence opened the door for Burton, Riders star Jack Whitton or halfback Nico Hynes.

Probably the blues team

  1. James Tedesco (C)
  2. Josh Addo-Car
  3. Stephen Crichton
  4. Cotoni Stags
  5. Brian To’o
  6. Jerome Louie
  7. Nathan Cleary
  8. Paolo Jr.
  9. Damien Cook
  10. Pain smiles
  11. Liam Martin
  12. Cameron Murray
  13. Isaiah Yo
    Exchange
  14. Jack Whitton
  15. Jack Trobozevic
  16. Tariq Sims
  17. Tyson Frigel
    Reserve: Nico Hynes, Daniel Tupau, Keon Kolomatangi, Reagan Campbell-Gillard, Jacob Saifiti.
The Queensland Maroons are celebrating their original victory

(Photo by Bradley Canaris / Getty Images)

Queensland

Outer back: Kalin Ponga has built up enough credit at the Origin level to retain the No. 1 jersey despite having decent club form. In Wings, Xavier Coates and Selwyn Cobo will probably be starters and Dan Gagai will be a center and Cowboy Speedstar Valentine Holmes will be his potential partner. Hamiso Tabuai-Fido is working on his way back to fitness so will probably miss. The Warriors’ young gunslingers Rees Walsh and North Queensland winger Murray Toulagi are unlikely to make the starting line-up but should be called up to the extended squad.

Half: The established combination of Cameron Munster and captain Daley Cherry-Evans will call shots with Dragon veteran Ben Hunt capable of fulfilling both roles if there is an injury.

Pack: Josh Papali will be one of the front row but Christian Welch’s season-ending Achilles Tear leaves a void. Jai Arrow has been used in props at the origin level and could be an alternative with the Tino Fa’asuyamaleui lock or vice versa packing down. Kaufusi has been a fixture in the second row for 12 consecutive matches since his Rookie Origin series four years ago and will be by his side if Fifita is fit. Kurt Capwell is another edge forward option that can be used off the bench or as a starter with Fifa on the interchange. Harry Grant will be the hooker.

The Maroons celebrate an attempt by Harry Grant during three games in the State of Origin series

(Photo by Chris Hyde / Getty Images)

Sessions: Hunt is sure to get the utility spot, leaving three forwards on the bench. Moaki Fotuaika has done well in all four origins, but Carrigan seems to be ahead in the Peking order.

Walsh, Toulagi and Cobo, as well as Gold Coast’s AJ Brimson, cowboy trio Ruben Cotter, Quinn Hess and Kyle Feld, and Iles Hooker Reed Mahoney will also be in the debate for an extended squad.

Probably the Maroons team

1. Kalin Ponga
2. Hamiso Tabuai-Fido
3. Gagai Data
4. Valentine Homes
5. Xavier Coates
6. Cameron Munster
7. Daily Cherry-Evans (c)
8. Josh Papali
9. Harry Grant
10. Arrow of victory
11. Felice Kaufusi
12. Kurt Capwell
13. Criminal trial
Exchange
14. Ben Hunt
15. Lindsay Collins
16. David Fifita
17. Jeremiah Nanai
Reserve: Reese Walsh, Patrick Carrigan, AJ Brimson, Reed Mahoney, Ruben Cotter.

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