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With Cameron Munster returning to full fitness the selection headache has grown bigger for Craig Bellamy on the eve of ANZAC Day.

During the pre-season Munster was touted as Melbourne’s likely five-eighth however injury and the form of Ryley Jacks has seen the script altered somewhat.

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Jacks has been rock solid alongside Cooper Cronk in the halves across the opening seven rounds.

The new recruit’s form will make a lineup change difficult for the second-placed Storm.

“Without being too straight down the line Munster has been here and done a wonderful job for us for two years before this. With all due respect he is probably earned the right to have first go at it,” Bellamy said.

“Going on the other side of the coin Ryley has done a really good job.

“He hadn’t played any first grade and to turn up like he has and he’s played with a lot of toughness about his game, his defence has been outstanding.

“Both of them are in really good form at the moment, we will work out what is best for the team and go from there. It is a nice little problem to have”

Storm take on the Warriors at 7pm tomorrow night, with a big crowd expected for what will be the Club’s biggest home game of the year.

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