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Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs centre Krisnan Inu will this Sunday make his return to the side when the Bulldogs clash with the Knights at Hunter Stadium at 3.00pm.

Inu, 26, was suspended after the round four match against the Rabbitohs and has since served his five match suspension which makes the Kiwi international available for selection this week.

Coach Des Hasler has selected Inu in his starting side with Tim Lafai moving back into the NSW Cup side. Hasler has again named Martin Taupau and Tim Browne on an extended bench with two to be omitted on game day.

Centre Josh Morris is sure the Knights will be looking to put in a big performance after a defeat at the hands of the Raiders last start.

It was great to get a win across in New Zealand last week and we have the chance to make it two good away wins this week against the Knights, Morris said. The Knights are coming off a big loss so Im sure theyll be looking to turn that around.

This match is very important for us. Wayne Bennett will have them ready so well prepare as best as we can and hopefully come away with the win.
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