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RLWC England vs Lebanon at the Sydney Football Stadium. Picture : NRL Photos/Gregg Porteous

Four of St George Illawarra's five remaining 2017 Rugby League World Cup representatives will feature in this weekend's semi-finals.

Dragons back-rower Tyson Frizell has retained his spot on the Kangaroos' bench ahead of their huge clash against Fiji at Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium.

Friday night's showdown will also prove to be the biggest game of Dragons Under-20s utility Joe Lovodua's career after he was named on the bench for the Bati.

England will play in the other semi-final against competition fan-favourites Tonga at Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium.

Dragons skipper Gareth Widdop and recruit James Graham have retained their place in coach Wayne Bennett's side at fullback and prop respectively.

Dragons Ambassador Kezie Apps will also start from the bench in the Jillaroos' final pool game against Canada on Wednesday afternoon at Southern Cross Group Stadium.

Click here to see the men's 2017 Rugby League World Cup semi-finals team lists.

Click here to see the women's 2017 Rugby League World Cup semi-finals team lists

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