The NSW Blues have been named for the first game of the 2017 #Origin series.
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Mark McLinden will miss Friday night's clash at St Helens after suffering a knock to his knee last Sunday at Widnes.
Also ruled out with a minor knee injury for London is Feleti Mateo.
Francis Stephenson, Zebastian Luisi and Joe Mbu are available to help fill the two-man vacancy.
Tony Rea commented on the contest with St Helens:
?We're all looking forward to the game."
St Helens will be very keen to play well. They'll want to put in a good performance and come through in a healthy state ahead of their big game next week."
Friday?s game will be televised live on Sky Sports from 7.30pm and will also be broadcast live on BBC London 94.9fm.
Broncos Tonight will commence at 7.30pm on BBC London 94.9fm and will feature a full match preview as well as interviews with St Helens Assistant Coach Dave Rotheram and London Broncos Danny Williams.
Past five SL games:
St Helens: L-W-W-W-W London: L-W-W-W-W
St Helens 18-man squad
Wellens, Hardman, Lyon, Talau, Gardner, Hooper, Long, Fozzard, Cunningham, P. Anderson, Gilmour, Wilkin, Sculthorpe, Bennett, Edmondson, Fa?asavalu, Roby, Mason.
London 18-man squad
Bradley-Qalilawa, Dorn, Haumono, Highton, Hopkins, Leuluai, Lolohea, Luisi*, Mbu*, O?Halloran, Purdham, Smith, Stephenson*, Sykes, Tookey, Trindall, Wells, Williams
Referee: K Kirkpatrick
The Broncos are next back at Griffin Park on Sunday 24th July against Huddersfield Giants. Discounted tickets booked in advance are now on sale for all home games - 0871 222 1132.