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Both the World All Stars and Indigenous All Stars line-ups have been finalised, with Moses Mbye set to start in tomorrow night's match.

Mbye will now start at halfback for the World All Stars side after originally being named on the interchange bench. The Bulldogs number seven will partner Tigers’ young gun, Mitch Moses in the halves.

Mbye, will represent his Gambian heritage during the All Stars, as well as rub shoulders with some of the game’s elite players.

“The calibre of players that I am playing alongside on Friday night is unbelievable. It’s a good opportunity for myself to rub shoulders with some world class players and be coached by Mal Meninga,” Mbye said.

Below are the confirmed line-ups for the match at McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle.

Kick-off for the match is 8pm.

World All Stars: 2 David Mead, 19 Akuila Uate, 3 Gerard Beale, 4 Jarrod Croker, 5 Nene Macdonald, 6 Mitchell Moses, 7 Moses Mbye, 8 Jordan McLean, 9 Jake Friend, 10 Reagan Campbell-Gillard, 11 Gavin Cooper, 12 Bryce Cartwright, 13 Tepai Moeroa. Interchange: 14 Damien Cook, 15 Paul Vaughan, 16 Sam Lisone, 17 Mitch Aubusson, 18 Sione Mata'utia, 20 Jordan Turner, 21 Chris McQueen.

Indigenous All Stars: 1 Jack Wighton, 2 Blake Ferguson, 3 Greg Inglis, 4 Jack Bird, 5 Dane Gagai, 6 Johnathan Thurston, 7 Ash Taylor, 8 Ryan James, 9 Nathan Peats, 10 Andrew Fifita, 11 Joel Thompson, 12 Wade Graham, 13 Kyle Turner. Interchange: 14 Leilani Latu, 15 Latrell Mitchell, 16 Aidan Sezer, 17 Tyrone Peachey, 18 Tyrone Roberts, 19 Bevan French, 20 Chris Smith

Acknowledgement of Country

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs respect and honour the Darug and Eora nations, who are 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.