Media has been hidden. Please Register to view. Warriors five-eighth Thomas Leuluai in action. - Source: Photosport A nervous Thomas Leuluai will make his return from injury when the Warriors play the Broncos in Brisbane on Saturday. The 29-year-old utility, who has been named on the interchange bench, has been plagued by a troublesome groin that ruined his World Cup with the Kiwis and has seen him miss 12 games for the Warriors this season. Confined to light duties on the treadmill, Leuluai returned to full contact training last week and will play his first game since April in a side featuring debutant Agnatius Paasi, also on the interchange. "We're really happy to have Thomas back in the mix," said Warriors coach Andrew McFadden. "He has been letting us know he's been ready for the last two or three weeks but we are just making sure he's ready to come back (from his groin injury). "He'll be having some time in the dummy half role against Brisbane and he'll also give us cover in the halves. "Bringing Agnatius in for his debut is really exciting for us. He's been impressive for our New South Wales Cup side and has worked hard for this opportunity. "It's tough on Charlie (Gubb) and Sam (Lousi) but Aganatius deserves to have his chance in first grade." Warriors: 1. Sam Tomkins, 2. David Fusitua, 3. Dane Nielsen, 4. Konrad Hurrell, 5. Manu Vatuvei, 6. Chad Townsend, 7. Shaun Johnson, 8. Jacob Lillyman, 9. Nathan Friend, 10. Suaia Matagi, 11. Ben Henry, 12. Simon Mannering (c), 13. Sebastine Ikahihifo. Interchange: 14. Feleti Mateo, 15. Ben Matulino, 16. Agnatius Paasi, 17. Thomas Leuluai, 18. Jayson Bukuya. Link has been hidden. Please Register to view.