Penrith Panthers have been given a major boost ahead of their fixture against Parramatta Eels this weekend.
Winger Brian To’o has been sidelined for a number of months, but he completed a full training session yesterday with ease but captain Nathan Cleary was coy about his potential return.
“I think he’ll get every chance to be out there. He trained really well today so it’s good to have him back on the field. I won’t rule him in or out at the moment,” captain Nathan Cleary said.
Forward Moses Leota is also scheduled back from a shoulder injury next week and trained well yesterday, too.
“He’s tracking well. He and Bizz (To’o) were on the same timeline. Both trained today and did the full session,” Cleary said.
To’o is set to make his return alongside Izack Tago on the left edge, while Charlie Staines is likely to be on the right wing with Jaeman Salmon at right centre in place of Taylan May and Stephen Crichton.