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Cameron Smith is likely to line up for his 350th game on Sunday against Manly after being named in Storm's 21-man squad.

The Storm skipper suffered a minor tear to his left pectoral muscle during last Saturday’s win over Canberra.

However his recovery is progressing well, meaning the champion hooker is now a chance to lead his side onto AAMI Park.

Should he successfully complete the remaining training sessions, Smith will become just the third player in NRL history to join the 350-Club alongside Darren Lockyer (355) and Terry Lamb (350).

Billy Slater has not been named in the side and will be rested. The Club made the decision in order to allow him to recover from the concussion he sustained during Saturday night’s game. 

Cameron Munster will move to fullback while Ryles Jacks comes into the No.6 jersey.

Jordan McLean is also a chance to return from injury after he was added to an extended bench along with Jahrome Hughes, Slade Griffin and Young Tonumaipea.

Rivalry continues! Melbourne v Manly, July 30. Book now!

Melbourne Storm v Manly Sea Eagles
Sunday 30 July, 2:00pm

1. Cameron Munster
2. Suliasi Vunivalu
3. Will Chambers
4. Curtis Scott
5. Josh Addo-Carr
6. Ryley Jacks
7. Cooper Cronk
8. Jesse Bromwich
9. Cameron Smith ©
10. Tim Glasby
11. Felise Kaufusi
12. Joe Stimson
13. Dale Finucane

14. Nelson Asofa Solomona
15. Kenny Bromwich
16. Nate Myles
17. Mark Nicholls
18. Young Tonumaipea
19. Jahrome Hughes
20. Slade Griffin
21. Jordan McLean

Queensland Cup
Sunshine Coast
Falcons v CQ Capras
Saturday 29 July, 6:00pm
Browne Park

Scott Drinkwater
Justin Olam
Vincent Leuluai
Louis Geraghty
Tui Kamikamica
Jeremy Hawkins

Easts Tigers v Wynnum Manly Seagullls
Sunday 30 July, 3:00pm
Kougari Oval

Charlie Galo
Brodie Croft
Robbie Rochow

Acknowledgement of Country

Melbourne Storm respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.