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We now turn our focus to the Blues, who will have a new captain following the representative retirement of Paul Gallen, as well as have Jarryd Hayne and Mitchell Pearce come back into the side.
Roosters co-captain Boyd Cordner is their new skipper, and he has been tasked with trying to establish what the state hopes to be a new, successful era after ten series losses in the past eleven years.
He returns to the side after missing Games II and III last year due to a foot injury. His absence proved to be the difference as the Blues lost their tenth series in eleven years.
Hayne returns after nearly two years out of rugby league, and for the first time since he proved central to the Blues’ 2014 series win in which he famously ran the ball dead in the final minutes of the second game.
Pearce, on the other hand, couldn’t have been in much better form for the Roosters this year, twelve months after being the subject of the Australia Day video scandal which wrecked both his and the club’s 2016 season.
Often made the scapegoat for the Blues’ Origin failures over the past decade, many believe that he has matured enough to regain the number seven jumper which has proven to be a poisoned chalice since Andrew Johns’ retirement at the end of the 2005 series.
The Blues have two debutants in Jake Trbojevic and Nathan Peats, who will become the first man other than Robbie Farah or Michael Ennis to wear the number nine jumper since it was vacated by Danny Buderus in 2008.
Darius Boyd, Corey Oates, Will Chambers, Justin O’Neill, Dane Gagai, Anthony Milford, Cooper Cronk, Dylan Napa, Cameron Smith (c), Nate Myles, Josh Papalii, Matt Gillett, Josh McGuire. Interchange: Michael Morgan, Sam Thaiday, Aidan Guerra, Jacob Lillyman. 18th man: Jarrod Wallace.
From Game III last year:
In: Will Chambers, Anthony Milford*, Dylan Napa*, Michael Morgan.
Out: Greg Inglis, Johnathan Thurston, Matt Scott, Corey Parker.
New South Wales:
James Tedesco, Brett Morris, Josh Dugan, Jarryd Hayne, Blake Ferguson, James Maloney, Mitchell Pearce, Aaron Woods, Nathan Peats, Andrew Fifita, Josh Jackson, Boyd Cordner (c), Tyson Frizell. Interchange: David Klemmer, Wade Graham, Jake Trbojevic, Jack Bird. 18th man: Matt Moylan. 19th man: Jordan McLean. 20th man: Jack de Belin. Coach: Laurie Daley.
From Game III last year:
In: Brett Morris, Jarryd Hayne, Mitchell Pearce, Nathan Peats*, Boyd Cordner, Jake Trbojevic*
Out: Matt Moylan^, Michael Jennings, Josh Mansour, Robbie Farah, Paul Gallen, James Tamou.