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SportFive debutants tipped for injury-hit NSW team

05:30  26 may  2019
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Last-minute injuries to Luke Keary, Adam Reynolds and Mitchell Pearce will hand Cody Walker a NSW State of Origin debut, while Nathan Cleary is tipped to keep his spot.

There would be five debutants in the NSW team set to be named for Origin I after the injury carnage: Walker, Jack Wighton, Ryan Matterson, Cameron Murray and Payne Haas.

Five debutants tipped for injury-hit NSW team© AAP Cody Walker in the Rabbitohs' win over Wests Tigers. Keary suffered a concussion and Pearce aggravated a groin injury as the Knights beat the Roosters on Friday night, before Reynolds suffered a leg injury in South Sydney's win over Wests Tigers on Saturday. Reynolds was cleared of a fracture on Sunday, NSW coach Brad Fittler said on the Sunday Footy Show, but he could miss some training time.

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The injury carnage should lock struggling Penrith star Cleary in as Blues halfback. Fittler had reportedly been set to retain Cleary anyway, intent on honouring a pact with Phil Gould that the young No.7 be given a sustained opportunity to succeed in Origin.

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Keary would have earned his debut at No.6 had fate not intervened, having been endorsed by Gould to replace out-of-form Panthers veteran James Maloney. The Roosters grand final hero suffered his third concussion in six months, and his second this season, in the upset loss to Newcastle.

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Five debutants tipped for injury-hit NSW team Brad Fittler has suggested that Wests Tigers' Ryan Matterson is an Origin-calibre player thanks to his versatility. Fittler has ended up with what he hoped to avoid: a halves pairing with no established combination. Keary-Reynolds would have given NSW the pairing that won South Sydney a premiership in 2014.

One genuine bolter is tipped for the Blues. Matterson will reportedly win a spot on the bench, having impressed for Wests Tigers after winning a premiership with the Roosters last season.

Fittler flagged Matterson as a potential pick on The Sunday Footy Show last month, impressed with his versatility. The 24-year-old can play multiple forward and backline positions, including five-eighth, and started at second-row on Saturday night.

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"When I look at State of Origin players - Ryan Matterson," Fittler said.

"He's come out of a grand final-winning team [at the Roosters], so he's no slouch. He does all the one-percenters he does well.

"He's played everywhere from front-row to wing. I don't think he's played hooker, but he's just one of those kids who just knows that game that well."

Matterson's debut would come at the expense of Roosters recruit Angus Crichton, who debuted for NSW last year.

The bench is set to be filled by debutants. South Sydney lock Murray and Brisbane prop Haas appear locked in, while Canberra star Wighton is tipped to win the bench utility job.

Five debutants tipped for injury-hit NSW team© AAP Wests Tigers' versatile star Ryan Matterson.

Daniel Tupou will reportedly win a wing spot, likely on the left, which would push incumbent Josh Addo-Carr to the right. Tupou, who hasn't played Origin since 2015, would form an all-Roosters left edge with Boyd Cordner, Latrell Mitchell and James Tedesco; though Keary will be replaced by Walker.

Tupou's selection comes after an injury to incumbent Tom Trbojevic and at the expense of Parramatta's Blake Ferguson, who started the season in amazing form but has cooled recently. Ferguson's form needed to be irresistible, given his chequered history in Blues camps.

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Into the team for the Roosters clash comes 19-year-old utility Kotoni Staggs for his NRL debut and 23-year-old forward Patrick Mago who will be making his club debut after playing two Telstra Premiership matches for Mago will add power off the bench where he takes the place of the injured Payne Haas.

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Josh Morris seems likely to play right centre, breaking his representative retirement to take the place of troubled Brisbane star James Roberts. Morris will need to emerge from the Sharks vs Dragons derby unscathed on Sunday, but has otherwise topped challengers such as Newcastle's Jesse Ramien.

Five debutants tipped for injury-hit NSW team© AAP Broncos giant Payne Haas.

Broncos prop Matt Lodge looks set to miss out despite building an impressive case this season. David Klemmer and Paul Vaughan will be retained in the Blues front-row, while Haas will be the only specialist prop on the bench.

Brisbane coach Anthony Seibold said on Saturday, after a win over the Warriors, that he felt Lodge's contributions had been unduly overshadowed by Haas this season.

"Payne has got a fair bit of media and rightly so for his performances but I think sometimes Lodgy gets forgotten about," Seibold said.

"He's been a real leader for our pack, probably for the entire season in a lot of ways.

"Obviously there's plenty of good contenders there for the Blues. I'm sure Brad Fittler will consider both of them."

On the Queensland side, Moses Mbye has been declared fit for a potential Maroons debut as a bench utility. However, he may be pipped for the job by Anthony Milford. Dragons halfback Ben Hunt is set to play hooker in a job-share with lock Josh McGuire.

LIKELY NSW TEAM: James Tedesco, Daniel Tupou, Latrell Mitchell, Josh Morris, Josh Addo-Carr, Cody Walker, Nathan Cleary, David Klemmer, Damien Cook, Paul Vaughan, Boyd Cordner, Tyson Frizell, Jake Trbojevic. Bench: Jack Wighton, Ryan Matterson, Cameron Murray, Payne Haas.

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