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Brett Morris returns to the New South Wales side for game two of the State of Origin series after missing the first clash due to a hamstring injury.

The Kiama junior has been an integral part of the Blues setup for quite a while now and his return to the side has his brother smiling.

“It’s always good to get another Blues jumper, but I’m very happy that Brett is alongside me after having only one club game under his belt before being selected,” said Josh.

The Morris brothers came up with some huge plays in game one of the 2014 series while playing injured and the experience that Brett brings, will be valuable for the side in game two.

“He is a big game player. He knows his way to the try-line and playing on the wing is a position he is very comfortable with.”

The Blues went down to the Queensland Maroons by one point in game one and know they’re not far off, but it all comes down to preparation as Morris explains.

“The things we did well, we need to keep doing and the things we need to improve on, we need to focus on those areas throughout the week in our prep and make sure we nail them for game two,” Morris said.

After injuring his hamstring on Good Friday, Brett Morris missed the next eight weeks before making his return against his former side St George Illawarra in round 13.

All eyes were on the flyer and whether he would get through the 80 minutes.

"Obviously Monday was my first game back in a long time but it came through good and I'm very excited to be back in camp with the boys again," Brett said.

Although it’s only been one week, Brett is confident he will get the job done on Wednesday night.

"I have played enough footy now over the years to know what I have to do in games so I'm confident I'll be 100 per cent.”

The Blues will head to Melbourne looking to level the 2015 series against the Maroons who will be minus the match winner from game one, Cooper Cronk.