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Of the seven 2013 Vodafone Warriors in the Kiwis' squad, six will line up against the Scotland Bravehearts in the first Rugby League World Cup quarter-final in Leeds tomorrow morning (NZT). Photo: Photosport

Kevin Locke starts at fullback, Manu Vatuvei on the left wing, Shaun Johnson at halfback, Ben Matulino at prop, captain Simon Mannering at loose forward and Elijah Taylor is on the bench.

Featuring for Scotland will be former Vodafone Warriors hooker Ian Henderson.

The Scots are yet to confirm their final 17 but the Kiwis have narrowed theirs down.

The match is live on SKY Sport 2 at 9.00 tomorrow morning (NZT).

The squads are:

KIWIS: Kevin Locke (Vodafone Warriors); Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (Roosters), Dean Whare (Penrith), Bryson Goodwin (South Sydney), Manu Vatuvei (Vodafone Warriors); Kieran Foran (Manly), Shaun Johnson (Vodafone Warriors); Ben Matulino (Vodafone Warriors), Issac Luke (South Sydney), Jesse Bromwich (Melbourne); Frank Pritchard (Canterbury-Bankstown), Sonny Bill Williams (Roosters); Simon Mannering (Vodafone Warriors) captain. Interchange: Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (Roosters), Elijah Taylor (Vodafone Warriors), Sam Moa (Roosters), Frank-Paul Nuuausala (Roosters).

SCOTLAND: Danny Addy (Bradford Bulls), Danny Brough (Huddersfield Giants) captain, Brett Carter (Workington Town), Luke Douglas (Gold Coast Titans), Dale Ferguson (Huddersfield Giants), Ben Fisher (London Broncos), Ben Hellewell (Featherstone Rovers), Ian Henderson (Catalans Dragons), Alex Hurst (London Broncos), Ben Kavanagh (Widnes Vikings), Kane Linnett (North Queensland Cowboys), Brett Phillips (Workington Town), Matthew Russell (Gold Coast Titans), David Scott (Featherstone Rovers), Mitchell Stringer (Sheffield Eagles), Alex Szostak (Sheffield Eagles), Adam Walker (Hull KR), Peter Wallace (Brisbane Broncos), Oliver Wilkes (Wakefield Trinity).
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