Catalans Dragons vs Hull KR: Kick-off time, TV channel and predicted line-ups

Two sides boosted by victory last week meet today in a repeat of one of last year’s Super League semi-finals.

The Dragons have laid down a marker in the last few weeks having beaten three of the biggest teams in the league on the back of a flawed first two rounds. As they emerge as the major threat to St Helens, they’ll be looking for a fifth win in a row.

Meanwhile, Hull KR have had a much more up and down start to the season losing three and winning twice. They need to generate some momentum to go with the attacking rugby they again seem to be adopting in 2022.

Kick-off time and TV channel

The game kicks off at 7:30pm UK time.

There will be no TV coverage of the game but highlights will be available on the Super League YouTube channel and BBC’s Super League Show.

Predicted line-ups

Catalans Dragons
The Dragons have a lot to be happy about going into the game. Not only have they won the last four but Sam Kasiano and Fouad Yaha are both back after missing last week through niggles. However, their return would see Arthur Romano and Joe Chan drop out which may be unfair. They have of course lost Jordan Dezaria to suspension but major signing Dylan Napa is back from a ban replacing Dezaria. Gil Dudson will likely return to the starting line up with Napa set for a spot on the bench. Mike McMeeken will remain at prop with Benjamin Jullien at second row alongside Matt Whitley.

29 Sam Tomkins
2 Tom Davies
4 Dean Whare
3 Samisoni Langi
5 Fouad Yaha
6 Mitchell Pearce
7 Josh Drinkwater
8 Gil Dudson
9 Michael McIlorum
12 Mike McMeeken
11 Matt Whitley
15 Benjamin Jullien
13 Ben Garcia
Substitutes
17 Mickael Goudemand
20 Tyrone May
22 Dylan Napa
28 Sam Kasiano

Hull KR
Hull KR’s problems keep getting bigger. They’ve now lost Kane Linnett and Dean Hadley putting pressure on Tony Smith’s options in the back row. We could therefore see Jimmy Keinhorst move into the pack with Sam Wood moving to centre and Ethan Ryan moving onto the wing. Korbin Sims may also return on the bench to add some real firepower or else we’ll Greg Richards or Will Maher figure.

19 Will Dagger
23 Ethan Ryan
24 Sam Wood
4 Shaun Kenny-Dowall
5 Ryan Hall
20 Mikey Lewis
7 Jordan Abdull
26 Tom Garratt
9 Matt Parcell
10 George King
27 Frankie Halton
18 Jimmy Keinhorst
17 Elliot Minchella
Substitutes
8 Albert Vete
13 Matty Storton
14 Jez Litten
16 Korbin Sims

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