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Melbourne are bracing for the return of Greg Inglis – wherever the Rabbitohs decide to play him.

Inglis has missed the past three games through suspension but will make his comeback against the Club he played 117 games for between 2005-2010.

South Sydney currently sit 13th on the NRL ladder with a 5-14 record, having lost their past eight games.

However with the likes of Inglis, Sam Burgess and Adam Reynolds in their lineup, Michael Maguire’s men have the star power necessary to cause an upset.

Be at AAMI Park when we take on the Rabbitohs, Saturday 6 August, 7:30pm.

Regardless of ladder position, when teams have come to Melbourne this year, they have come to play.

“We’ve found that, obviously with the Roosters in our most recent game here, a team that is not travelling too well on the ladder but it was a tough game a close game,” Dale Finucane said.

“Souths will be quite underrated in the fact that they’ve got a really good forward pack and they’ve got Greg Inglis playing as well which will obvisously be really tough.

“We are unsure where he will play. Whether it’s a fullback, centre or five-eighth. It doesn’t really matter what position he is playing in, he is always tough to come up against.”

Storm have added Matt White into an 18-man squad from the team that defeated the Cowboys last week.

The men in purple are currently on a five-game winning streak and will take on the Rabbitohs at 7.30pm this Saturday night.

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