Galloway suffered a foot injury in the opening round victory against Cronulla while Farah is returning from a two match ban imposed for a dangerous throw on St George halfback ben Hornby.
The pair’s return is a timely boost for the Tigers who are now winless in four matches.
The Tigers have come in for plenty of criticism of late during their recent run of poor form.
Coach Tim Sheens isn’t panicking however and is mindful it is still early on in the campaign.
“We have been through these periods before as every side has,’’ Sheens said.
“The issue is to keep working hard and come through it. Worrying about it or sooking about it is not going to solve it. It is hard work.”
He added: “We will continue to work hard and see where things go. No one is not trying.
“We have had a few issues with injury and suspensions as some teams have. Other teams have had a dream run. What comes around goes around you like to think.”