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‘Teddy’ will make his Origin debut in place of Matt Moylan and the in-form Tigers fullback has an uncanny knack of finding the white stripe this season.
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’Darbs’ has been in sensational form despite the Broncos’ battles this year. The custodian has been Queensland’s best player this series.
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After three State of Origin matches, ‘Fergo’ is yet to score a four-pointer and the Shark turned Raider turned Rooster will be looking to break that duck in Origin III.
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’White Wendell’ crossed for his debut Origin try in Game II and the giant winger is every chance of crossing for the first one in Game III.
Dugan was sorely missed in the first and second State of Origin matches this season and the Dragons’ utility back has been one of few highlights for his club this season.
’GI’ has been below his best in 2016 and is yet to rediscover the mojo that saw him become the greatest try-scorer in State of Origin history.
‘Jenko’ had a game to forget when these sides last clashed but the classy Eel will be hungry to repay the faith Laurie Daley and co. have shown in him.
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‘Juzzy’ has been solid in his opening couple of matches for Queensland and the Maroons’ right side is very potent, so he is a fair shot at scoring first.
Mansour has only played a couple of State of Origin matches and he has been impressive so far this series but is yet to find the try-line at interstate level.
In Gagai’s first three matches as a Maroon, he has scored first for Queensland each time. In Game II, the Knights’ back also landed a rare Origin hat-trick.
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Maloney’s form at club level for Cronulla has been outstanding and when the journeyman pivot takes on the line, he’s a very good chance of scoring a four-pointer.
‘JT’ has been at his consistent best at all levels this year and he will play a record 36th consecutive match for Queensland, equalling The Great Darren Lockyer.
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Reynolds is lucky to have been included for Game III after some pretty average form at club level. He is not a known try-scorer and rarely crosses for first try.
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‘Coops’ generally organises and sets up the Maroons’ attack so you can almost guarantee he will be involved in some capacity when the first try is scored.
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Woods managed a sensational solo try in Game II last year but the big Tigers prop saves his best work for the middle third and has never scored first try at this level.
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Scott is one of the premier props in rugby league and the big man has managed a few tries in 2016 for the Cowboys, including last weekend against South Sydney.
Farah has never scored at State of Origin level, but in recent weeks coming off the Tigers’ bench, he has managed to cross for a couple of tries.
Smith is the glue that holds this record breaking team together and like Cronk he will probably be involved in the first try but most likely won’t plant the ball down.
In what will be the ‘G-Train’s’ final State of Origin match, the NSW skipper will be as keen as ever to score in his Blues swansong.
‘Moose’ gets through plenty of work, making loads of metres and tackles but he rarely scores at club level, let alone in the game’s biggest arena.
Graham is one of a couple of debutants blooded by Daley this series but the hard-working five-eighth turned back rower is more famous for his tough no nonsense style.
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The first member of an all-Broncos back row, ‘Gillo’ has been known to find the line but he will rarely score first try at any level of rugby league.
Jackson is a rugged, hard-working back row forward and despite scoring at club level last weekend, he isn’t expected to post firs points on Wednesday night.
‘Slammin’ Sam’ has been in reasonable form for the Broncos, but the big, burly forward does not often score first try at club or state level.
The Dragons’ back-rower was the Blues’ best player in his debut Origin game last month and he does have an uncanny knack of finding the try-line.
‘Cozza’ is yet to score any points in State of Origin and is long odds to break that duck with first try. If the Maroons are winning, expect a late conversion attempt by the retiring champion.
Bird, like Frizell, was outstanding on debut for the Blues and was a constant menace to a retreating Queensland defensive line. He almost scored in last month’s Game II.
The fact Myles has one try to his name at Origin level is surprising in itself. The hard-working forward is known for his defence over his try-scoring ability.
Klemmer has now been part of the Blues set-up for a number of seasons but the gigantic Bulldog has never scored at State of Origin level.
After missing Game I, Lillyman was sensational from the bench in Game II and the Warriors prop will look to produce a similar style of play this time around as well.
Fifita has been in tremendous form for Cronulla and he is more famous for his ability to create second phase play and bend the defensive line rather than scoring tries.
Guerra is the lone Rooster in the Maroons ranks and like Gillett, the edge back rower does have the ability to score a try – just like he did in Game III last year.
The giant Blues prop isn’t a known try-scorer and by the time he is summoned to enter the fray by Laurie Daley, first try will most likely have already been scored.
Cooper is the only Maroon on debut, and his combination with Johnathan Thurston has yielded many a try over the years but ‘Coops’ is not considered a likely option.