SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 10: Michael Morgan of the Maroons is assisted off the field after a head knock during game three of the 2019 State of Origin series between the New South Wales Blues and the Queensland Maroons at ANZ Stadium on July 10, 2019 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

Game three of State of Origin was a thriller and the Blues were able to come out victorious. However, following the final game there are injury implications for the NRL. We break down what happened and what the sides may look like come round 17.

Brisbane Broncos

Origin players Corey Oates, David Fifita and Joe Ofahenguae are all in doubt for their clash against the Warriors on Saturday. Oates is the most likely out of the trio to be rested but all three with be re-evaluated on Friday.

Jamayne Issako, Keenan Palasia and Rhys Kennedy are all on hand to replace the three should they need replacement.

New Zealand Warriors

No likely change due to Origin.

Melbourne Storm

Cameron Munster, Will Chambers, Felise Kaufusi and Dale Finucane all to be decided on Friday but for Cameron Smith’s record 400th game, it’s likely they will all be playing.

Cronulla Sharks

The only change due to Origin III is Wade Graham who injured his hamstring during play. Blues coach Brad Fittler said that he had done his hamstring post-game.

This game was Grahams fifth back after a ruptured ACL ended his 2018. Three of those five were with the Sharks and his play earned him his Origin spot.

Sydney Roosters

James Tedesco, coming off one of the most electrifying plays of the entire Origin series will be rested in the upcoming round alongside Boyd Cordner.

North Queensland Cowboys

Michael Morgan will be ruled out after he failed to finish the final match of Origin due to a concussion he received from teammate Josh McGuire. It will likely contribute to discussion that’s been going around about head injuries. Morgan was in doubt ahead of the Origin game after appearing dazed following a knock against St George last week.

Wests Tigers

Late exclusions are yet to come but similar to Melbourne; most players would be eager to play with the game being Benji Marshall’s 300th match.

Parramatta Eels

No likely change due to Origin.

St George Dragons

No likely change due to Origin.

Canberra Raiders:

No likely change due to Origin.