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Premiership-winning Sydney Roosters back-rower Boyd Cordner and Canberra Raiders forward Josh Papalii will make their Test debuts against Fiji on Saturday night.

Holden Kangaroos coach Tim Sheens has made seven changes to the side that defeated England with Jarryd Hayne, Josh Morris, Michael Jennings, Nate Myles and Daly Cherry-Evans all named in a 19-man squad.

The Holden Kangaroos squad to play Fiji at St Helens on Saturday night is:



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1 Fullback Greg Inglis South Sydney Rabbitohs
2 Wing Jarryd Hayne Parramatta Eels
3 Centre Josh Morris Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
4 Centre Michael Jennings Sydney Roosters
5 Wing Darius Boyd Newcastle Knights
6 Five-Eighth Johnathan Thurston North Queensland Cowboys
7 Halfback Daly Cherry-Evans Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
8 Prop Forward Matthew Scott North Queensland Cowboys
9 Hooker Cameron Smith © Melbourne Storm
10 Prop Forward James Tamou North Queensland Cowboys
11 Second Row Luke Lewis Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
12 Second Row Josh Papalii Canberra Raiders
13 Lock Forward Nate Myles Gold Coast Titans
14 Interchange Boyd Cordner Sydney Roosters
15 Interchange Robbie Farah Wests Tigers
16 Interchange Andrew Fifita Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
17 Interchange Paul Gallen Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
18 Interchange Cooper Cronk Melbourne Storm
19 Interchange Corey Parker Brisbane Broncos



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