"WESTS Tigers will hand an NRL debut to talented playmaker Tyson Gamble on Sunday.
Foxsports.com.au understands Gamble is set to be brought into the starting halves.
It’s unknown how the shuffle will work, although it’s likely Josh Reynolds will shift to hooker in place of Elijah Taylor.
It means Gamble will line up at five-eighth alongside halfback Luke Brooks.
Gamble played with veteran Kiwi halfback Benji Marshall at Redcliffe in the Q Cup last year.
It was Marshall who convinced the Tigers to take a gamble and bring the 21-year-old south on an NRL deal this year, but he is yet to play a game.
Marshall was glowing of Gamble when speaking to NSWRL earlier in the season.
“He’s a quality runner of the ball,” Marshall said.
The Tigers are juggling their spine without a recognised hooker.
There’s reports Robbie Farah could be on his way back to Concord before June 30 to fill the void.
Marshall is currently injured."