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Glenn Stewart and Todd Carney return
Taylor's recall is one of five changes including the return from injury of fiveeighth Aidan Sezer (hamstring) and hooker Matt Srama (shoulder) from the Titans' victory over Parramatta.
Manly insist impressive lock Stewart remains a likely inclusion for Friday's clash with South Sydney while Steve Matai (finger) is understood to be in no doubt.
"He's still pulling up a bit sore so we won't make a decision until the captain's run (on Thursday) but in all probability we'd like to think he'd play," Manly coach Geoff Toovey said on Tuesday.
Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter revamped his struggling side ahead of their clash with Brisbane on Sunday, switching Tim Moltzen to halfback to cover for the injured Benji Marshall (toe) and Braith Anasta (groin).
Talented youngster James Tedesco slips into Moltzen's No.1 jersey, while Liam Fulton is named on the bench.
Carney returns after a twogame absence, replacing Chad Townsend at fiveeighth, as the Sharks look to halt a worrying losing streak.
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Penrith coach Ivan Cleary called on rookie Matt Moylan and the inexperienced Travis Robinson to replace injured backs Wes Naiqama and Josh Mansour, with Dean Whare shifting to the centres.
Matt Bowen and Dallas Johnson have both recovered from injury as North Queensland face Canberra, while Dane Gagai returns for Newcastle and Mick Weyman has been included on an extended bench for St George Illawarra's Anzac Day clash with the Sydney Roosters.
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