NSW coach Laurie Daley has named an unchanged side for Wednesday night's series deciding State of Origin game against Queensland at Suncorp Stadium.

Daley named Wests Tigers hooker Robbie Farah in his 17-man squad but it's expected Cronulla's Michael Ennis will use a loophole to come into the side after the weekend.

Ennis is facing a one match suspension but he will be named in the Shark's side to play Manly this weekend, serve his time, and be eligible for the Origin clash next week.

Daley's only other concern is a shoulder injury to forward Beau Scott which will be closely monitored through the week when the team enters camp at Coffs Harbour.
 

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The side is:

1.       Josh Dugan

2.       Will Hopoate

3.       Michael Jennings

4.       Josh Morris

5.       Brett Morris

6.       Mitchell Pearce

7.       Trent Hodkinson

8.       Aaron Woods

9.       Robbie Farah

10.   James Tamou

11.   Beau Scott

12.   Ryan Hoffman

13.   Paul Gallen - captain

 

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14.   Trent Merrin

15.   Boyd Cordner

16.   David Klemmer

17.   Josh Jackson

See the Maroons line-up for game three



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