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Storm Coach Craig Bellamy says Melbourne will take a light approach with Cameron Munster and Jesse Bromwich as both push to be available for Storm’s Saturday afternoon showdown with Manly.

“We’d like to think they (Munster and Bromwich) are a chance.” Bellamy said

“Munster is going to a bit of contact today, he hasn’t done any contact at all, so we’ll see how he goes.

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“Jesse will only be very light again today.

“If he’s real stiff we’ll probably pull him out today. If he’s not too bad we’ll give him until Friday.”

However the news is slightly better for centre Cheyse Blair, who like Bromwich missed Melbourne’s Grand Final re-match with the Sharks due to a back injury.

“He probably is (a better chance of playing) at this stage,” Bellamy said.

“We didn’t think Cheyse earlier in the week was any chance but he’s improved more than what the medical staff thought.

“We’ve got a long turnaround after this so we’re not going to take any chances with anyone.”

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