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The Rabbitohs have received news today following the results of scans to players Greg Inglis and Dylan Walker.

Inglis has damaged a ligament in his ankle but the good news is there is no syndesmosis injury. Inglis will go into camp with the Queensland State of Origin squad tomorrow (Tuesday) and will be looked after by the Queensland Origin medical team, which includes Rabbitohs High Performance Manager Troy Thomson, in a bid to be fit for the second State of Origin clash on Wednesday week.

Walker has a confirmed fracture of his thumb and will see surgeons about the best course of action this week. Walker is likely to miss the next six weeks of football.

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