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Hull KR name unchanged squad but key signing remains absent after scary injury

Hull KR head coach Willie Peters has named his 21-man squad ahead of their game against London Broncos this week.

It’s an unchanged side from the one that was named for their comprehensive victory over Hull FC in Rivals Round.

George King remains out with a hamstring injury that’s set to keep him out for six weeks.

Peters provided an update on his condition in the week: “Yeah, George is doing OK.

“It’s obviously early-ish, isn’t it? It’s only a couple of weeks since he’s had his injury, so he’s doing OK.

“He’s not running, obviously, and he’s not part of the team. But so far, so good with George.

“He’s doing everything he can.”

Hull KR head coach Willie Peters speaking with a microphone

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Oliver Gildart remains out of the squad after missing the Good Friday derby game due to a failed HIA.

Dean Hadley was a doubt due to a tight calf, and Joe Burgess was also a doubt, but both are named.

Tyrone May was forced off with a minor knock and his status may be unclear right up until the matchday squad is named.

Ben Reynolds remains in the squad after featuring for the first time last week.

Here’s their squad in full.

Hull KR 21-man squad

Hull KR players clap in front of a full stand at Craven Park

Credit: Matthew Merrick/ SWpix.com

1. Peta Hiku

2. Niall Evalds

3. Tom Opacic

5. Ryan Hall

11. Dean Hadley

12. James Batchelor

13. Elliot Minchella

14. Matt Parcell

15. Sam Luckley

16. Jai Whitbread

17. Matty Storton

18. Ben Reynolds

19. Yusuf Aydin

20. Kelepi Tanginoa

21. Corey Hall

23. Louis Senior

27. Tyrone May

35. Joe Burgess

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