Blues not interested in Maroons' moves

Their big-name opponents haven't worried them all series and NSW's State of Origin backline isn't going to let that change now with a Queensland reshuffle.

Unchanged in the series going into game three, the Blues' backs have answered their critics after serious questions were asked of their defensive credentials before game one.

But they will face a fresh challenge in next week's third match in Brisbane.

Greg Inglis' broken thumb has forced Dane Gagai to move into the centres, with Corey Oates going onto the left wing and Valentine Holmes shifting to the right.

It means the Blues' backs will have new combinations to deal with on both sides of the field.

"We didn't really worry about what people have to say," Blues winger Josh Addo-Carr - who is now tasked with shutting down Holmes - said.

"We knew we had a job to do and had to do it the best we can. We've got one more job to do and we're really looking forward to it.

"You have to do a bit of video (on the new combinations), but anything can happen."

Addo-Carr has had his own injury concerns headed into camp after hurting his ankle in Melbourne's win over the Sydney Roosters in Adelaide on Friday night.

But he was certain it wouldn't have any impact on his preparations.

"I'm sweet. The body is feeling good and I can't wait to run out next Wednesday," he said.

"It was nothing too serious, a bit of bruising on the bone. Nothing a bit of ice can't fix."

While uncertainty over Queensland's line up has been a constant feature of the Maroons' campaign, Blues coach Brad Fittler wants his players to approach the final match just as they have the others.

"From the start it's always been about us," Fittler said.

"Who is eligible, injured or who they choose has got nothing to do with us. We'll worry about it later in the week."