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Canberra, Australia - November 03 : Rugby League World Cup - Australia v France  GIO Stadium

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A total of 10 Storm players have been selected in World Cup squads for Week 3.

Billy Slater is set to be rested having been named as a reserve for the Kangaroos’ clash against Lebanon. Cameron Munster and Felise Kaufusi retain their spots after impressive debuts.

Munster will shift to the centres after scoring two tries and setting up another three  more in an impressive first up showing in the No.6 jersey. Kaufusi has been promoted to the starting side after running for 106 metres in 49 minutes off the bench last week against France.

Kenny Bromwich is also listed as a reserve for New Zealand while Nelson Asofa-Solomona will look to continue his impressive form off the bench for the Kiwis.

Suliasi Vunivalu and Tui Kamikamica will line up for Fiji on Friday night, Young Tonumaipea for Samoa the following day while Justin Olam will look to help keep PNG undefeated in the tournament when they take on the USA.

All games can be viewed free-to-air on the Seven Network.

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Storm players selected in World Cup squads:

Cameron Munster – Centre
Cameron Smith – Hooker
Felise Kaufusi – Lock
Billy Slater - Reserve

New Zealand:
Nelson Asofa-Solomona – Interchange
Kenny Bromwich - Reserve

Suliasi Vunivalu – Wing
Tui Kamikamica – Lock

Young Tonumaipea – Fullback

Papua New Guinea:
Justin Olam - Wing

World Cup games – Week 3

Friday, 7.40pm – Fiji v Italy, Canberra Stadium
Saturday 3pm – New Zealand v Tonga, Waikato Stadium, Hamilton
Saturday 4.10pm – Samoa v Scotland, Barlow Park, Cairns
Saturday 8pm – Australia v Lebanon, Sydney Football Stadium
Sunday 4pm – Papua New Guinea v USA, Port Moresby
Sunday 6.30pm – Wales v Ireland, Perth Rectangular Stadium
Sunday 9pm – England v France, Perth Rectangular Stadium

*All times are in AEDT

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.