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Discussion in 'South Sydney Rabbitohs' started by Rabbits20, May 12, 2020.

  1. Rabbits20

    Rabbits20 Immortal

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    Fox Sports reckon the Jet will be unlikely to be ready for round 3, but that’s ok no matter how long it takes him to get back feeling better is the most important thing.


    Now I reckon with the Jet unlikely to be available Wayne will move Latrell to centre for now.


    We could see this:


    AJ

    Gagai (right wing)

    Burns (right centre)

    Latrell (left centre)

    Campbell (left wing)

    Cody

    Reyno

    Tatola

    Cook

    Tom

    Su’a

    Murray

    Knight


    Nicholls

    Lowe

    Sele

    Mago/Goodwin


    Goodwin/Mago

    Sironen

    Dargan

    Koloamatangi
     
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    South Sydney Rabbitohs
    1. Latrell Mitchell
    2. Alex Johnston
    3. Campbell Graham
    4. Braidon Burns
    5. Dane Gagai
    6. Cody Walker
    7. Adam Reynolds
    8. Tevita Tatola
    9. Damien Cook
    10. Tom Burgess
    11. Jaydn Su'A
    12. Cameron Murray
    13. Liam Knight
    14. Mark Nicholls
    15. Ethan Lowe
    16. Hame Sele
    17. Bryson Goodwin
    Others: Bayley Sironen, Patrick Mago, Kurt Dillon, James Roberts.

    There are doubts over James Roberts' availability after the star centre entered a facility to deal with health issues. Alex Johnston is likely to come onto the wing with Campbell Graham heading into the centres. Forward Patrick Mago, who suffered a pectoral injury in the Charity Shield in February, will be close to a return by the May 29 date but June may be a more realistic comeback time frame for the former Bronco.


    https://www.nrl.com/news/2020/04/15...how-nrl-squads-shaping-up-for-may-28-restart/
     
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    I'd be tempted to pick Troy Dargan or another option to cover the spine on the bench instead of Goodwin but would go with the same side otherwise.

    Should Roberts make himself available, Jet to 4, Burns to 17.
     
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    Wayne has always said to Burns he will have a starting spot so I can’t see that changing even when the Jet is back. The only way Burns loses his starting spot is if he consistently stinks it up.

    If needed as well Goodwin can play a few minutes in the back row and he’s only 1 game off having played 100 with Souths so I think Wayne will wanna give that to him.
     
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    If Burns carries on the way he was, he'll certainly lose his spot. Wayne may like him but that doesn't mean the coach won't be ruthless. Here's hoping Burns can return to the early 2019 form because that was incredible!
     
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    Couldn’t agree more.

    No better test than for him either than on Manu.
     
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