Hull KR vs Leeds Rhinos: 21-man squads, injury news, kick-off time & TV details

Hull KR will host the Leeds Rhinos at Craven Park on Friday night live on Sky Sports.

Both teams go into this one on the back of big results with Rovers overcoming bottom side Toulouse Olympique to keep their Super League play-off hopes alive.

Meanwhile, Leeds were able to put Salford Red Devils to the sword in a 34-14 win which saw them leapfrog the Red Devils into sixth spot.

21-man squads

Hull KR

2 Ben Crooks
4 Shaun Kenny-Dowall
5 Ryan Hall
9 Matt Parcell
10 George King
12 Kane Linnett
13 Matty Storton
14 Jez Litten
17 Elliot Minchella
18 Jimmy Keinhorst
20 Mikey Lewis
21 Rowan Milnes
22 Will Maher
23 Ethan Ryan
24 Sam Wood
25 Greg Richards
27 Frankie Halton
28 Will Tate
29 Phoenix Laulu-Togaga’e
34 Zach Fishwick
38 Connor Barley

Leeds Rhinos

3 Harry Newman
4. Liam Sutcliffe
5. Ash Handley
6 Blake Austin
8. Mikolaj Oledzki
11. James Bentley
13 Zane Tetevano
14. Brad Dwyer
16. Richie Myler
17. Cameron Smith
19 Bodene Thompson
21. Morgan Gannon
22 Sam Walters
24. Jarrod O’Connor
26. Corey Johnson
27 Muizz Mustapha
29 Liam Tindall
32 Jack Sinfield
33. Zak Hardaker

Injury news

Hull KR have been one of the most injury-hit sides of 2022 with the likes of Mikey Lewis, Brad Takairangi, Jordan Abdull and Will Dagger all sidelined. However, Danny McGuire could welcome back Kane Linnett and Ryan Hall who would be incredibly important out wide against a potent Leeds attack. There is, however, a shock exclusion for Lachlan Coote after McGuire had previously revealed he was more than likely to play following a head knock. Hopefully, he will be back soon.

The Rhinos, on the other hand, have three men banned in the shape of Aidan Sezer, Rhyse Martin and David Fusitu’a which could mean youngster Liam Tindall will return. Jack Sinfield has also been recalled whilst Blake Austin is huge boost for the Rhinos as Rohan Smith names just a 19-man squad.

Kick-off time

The game will kick off at 8pm on Friday night at Craven Park.

TV details

The game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Arena from 7.30pm. Highlights will also be found on the Super League Show as well as Super League’s YouTube channel.

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