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Big Luke Gale decision made

Hull KR are now dreaming of Wembley.

The Robins ended their poor run of form by putting their injury woes and defeated Salford Red Devils last week to book their place in the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup.

However, the Robins now need to get back on track in the league if they want to save their play-off hopes after they fell out of the top six last week due to a run of defeats.

They will enter this game as heavy favourites against bottom club Wakefield Trinity.

Trinity though will have a huge confidence boost after defeating Leeds Rhinos last time out for their first win of the season despite missing 13 players through injury.

Can they make it back to back wins and put the pressure on Castleford Tigers in the relegation battle?

The big news is the return of Luke Gale to the squad as he could finally make his Wakefield Trinity debut after joining from Keighley Cougars.

Mason Lino is still absent however but fortunately Morgan Smith is still available.

Hugo Salabio is of course absent as he begins a huge seven game ban.

As for Hull KR they have Jack Walker back in the squad after his injury against Catalams Dragons.

He will battle loanee Tanguy Zenon for the fullback shirt whilst fellow loanee Fouad Yaha will debut on the wing for Ryan Hall who has surgery.

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