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Hull KR v Wakefield: Predicted line-ups and late injury news

After disappointing derby defeats, Hull KR and Wakefield butt heads. Despite the fact both sides lost last week, the pair of them have lots of things to be positive about and should bring the best out of each other in this battle.

The Robins were still very impressive against the Black and Whites and on another day could have beaten their rivals. Thus, I believe Tony Smith will keep the side relatively similar to the one who went down in the derby. However, he’ll have to make one change following Matty Storton’s injury. It will, however, be as simple as Storton out and Dean Hadley back in.

As for Trinity, they’ll also be forced into at least one change. Max Jowitt is unavailable due to a shoulder problem so Ryan Hampshire will likely come into the side at fullback. Nonetheless, Trinity should also have Joe Westerman back in the fold so he’ll start as David Fifita drops to the bench. I’m tipping Liam Kay to remain on the bench however don’t be surprised to see Jordy Crowther replace him on the bench owing to his experience at nine.

Hull KR
2 Ben Crooks
33 Jimmy Keinhorst
3 Greg Minikin
4 Shaun Kenny-Dowall
5 Ryan Hall
11 Brad Takairangi
25 Rowan Milnes
8 Albert Vete
9 Matt Parcell
16 George King
27 Luis Johnson
12 Kane Linnett
15 George Lawler
10 Korbin Sims
13 Dean Hadley
14 Jez Litten
26 Will Maher

29 Ryan Hampshire
27 Lee Kershaw
18 Innes Senior
20 Joe Arundel
2 Tom Johnstone
6 Jacob Miller
7 Mason Lino
12 Kelepi Tanginoa
25 Brad Walker
10 Tinirau Arona
14 Jay Pitts
11 Matty Ashurst
13 Joe Westerman
5 Liam Kay
8 David Fifita
15 Eddie Battye
16 James Batchelor

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