Hull KR vs Wakefield Trinity: Kick-off time, TV channel and predicted line-ups

Both these teams have something in common.

They have both lost recently to Toulouse recently as part of their recent struggles. They both came up short at the Magic Weekend despite some quality spells in Newcastle.

It’s clear that they both do have the aforementioned quality but they are both struggling at present and this is the ideal game to stop their recent struggles. Wakefield especially will be hoping to win after Toulouse’s win over Leeds yesterday lifted them off the bottom for the first time this season. The pressure is well and truly on.

Kick-off time and TV channel

The game kicks off at 15:00.

Sadly there is no live TV coverage but BBC will show highlights on the Super League Show.

Predicted Line-ups

Hull KR
Hull KR will be boosted by the return of Ryan Hall to the wing. Also making a return to the side, George King’s availability is ideal following the loss of Albert Vete and Frankie Halton. Halton will likely be replaced loanee Sam Royale.

1 Lachlan Coote
2 Ben Crooks
24 Sam Wood
4 Kenny-Dowall
5 Ryan Hall
21 Rowan Milnes
20 Mikey Lewis
10 George King
9 Matt Parcell
16 Korbin Sims
11 Dean Hadley
35 Sam Royale
17 Elliot Minchella
Substitutes
14 Jez Litten
18 Jimmy Keinhorst
22 Will Maher
34 Zach Fishwick

Wakefield Trinity
Wakefield could give debuts to Jorge Taufua on the wing in place of Kyle Evans whilst Josh Bowden will also make his first appearance in place of Rob Butler on the bench. Mason Lino is also set to return to the side in the halves whilst Lee Gaskell could take on the fullback spot.

17 Lee Gaskell
40 Jorge Taufua
20 Jack Croft
30 Corey Hall
27 Lewis Murphy
6 Jacob Miller
7 Mason Lino
10 Tinirau Arona
9 Liam Hood
15 Jai Whitbread
13 Jay Pitts
11 Matty Ashurst
16 James Batchelor
Substitutes
35 David Fifita
37 Josh Bowden
14 Jordan Crowther
12 Kelepi Tanginoa

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Anderson
28 days ago

Match Tags : Wakefield vs St.Helens
When : July 24th 2022
kick-off : 19:30
About the match latest results and Predictions:
Wakefield is currently in the 12th position in the league standings with 10 points for their 19 games played this season. In total, they have won 4 and drawn one match, making it total of 14 loss in the 2021/2022 Super League, leaving them at the bottom of the league. The last four matches that Wakefield has played have ended in defeat. Despite the poor form and results they have been having in the league, Wakefield will need to keep their composure, demonstrate that they have a chance of winning in their home, and ultimately surprise the away team when they meet at Mobile Rocket Stadium.
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