Wests Tigers look to roar in Campbelltown this Sunday

Wests Tigers players celebrate after Robbie Farah scores a try against Manly Sea Eagles last Saturday. Picture: Craig Golding/AAP
Wests Tigers players celebrate after Robbie Farah scores a try against Manly Sea Eagles last Saturday. Picture: Craig Golding/AAP

The Wests Tigers are revved up and ready to secure victory when they head to Campbelltown this Sunday.

The Tigers will host New Zealand Warriors in a NRL round two clash at Campbelltown Sports Stadium, starting at 6.10pm.

The Tigers will aim to record their second successive victory after sealing a 20-6 win over Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles at Leichhardt Oval.

Robbie Farah led the way with two tries while fellow veteran Benji Marshall was among the best on ground for the Tigers.

Tigers captain Moses Mbye is set to return after missing the season opener due to a knee injury.

Mbye said on the Tigers website that he was a "99 per cent" chance to play against the Warriors and he missed last week's game because his knee was "a little bit under done".

"I thought it was a better idea to miss that game as a precaution but feeling I'm good and got through today's [training] session," he said.

"If all goes to plan, I'll be playing [on Sunday]."