September 10, 2021
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Kikau, Koroisau to start, Milne out

Fiji Bati forward Viliame Kikau and hooker Apisai Koroisau will start for the Penrith Panthers against the South Sydney Rabbitohs in the qualifying finals of NRL on Saturday. 

Kikau is named to start but may well revert to the bench on game day with Liam Martin joining the run-on side as has been the case in recent weeks.

Matt Eisenhuth is listed among the reserves as he looks to work his way back from a rib injury.

No late change is expected for Ivan Cleary's side after Tyrone May sustained a knee injury and Scott Sorensen injured his wrist last week. 

Panthers halfback Nathan Cleary has scored 56 points in his past four games against the Rabbitohs.

Meanwhile, the Rabbitohs will miss the service of Fiji Bati centre Taane Milne. He has been rested.  

By Romeka Romena  

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