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Hull KR vs Wigan Warriors: 21-man squads, injury news, kick-off time and TV details

Like a few teams, Hull KR have nothing left to play for in 2022 which gives them a sense of freedom which may be useful against the high flying Wigan Warriors.

But can they upset the applecart against Wigan as they come to town this Bank Holiday Monday.

The Warriors will be riding high after maintaining their unbeaten home record against the Champions St Helens with a statement win and will be looking to maintain that momentum as the play-offs beckon.


Hull KR: 5 Ryan Hall, 8 Albert Vete, 9 Matt Parcell 10 George King, 12 Kane Linnett, 13 Matty Storton, 16 Korbin Sims, 17 Elliot Minchella, 21 Rowan Milnes, 22 Will Maher, 23 Ethan Ryan, 24 Sam Wood, 27 Frankie Halton, 28 Will Tate, 29 Phoenix Laulu-Togaga’e, 31 Connor Moore, 34 Zach Fishwick, 38 Connor Barley.

Wigan: 2 Jake Bibby, 10 Patrick Mago, 11 Willie Isa, 15 Kaide Ellis, 17 Oliver Partington, 19 Ethan Havard, 22 Joe Shorrocks, 24 Abbas Miski, 25 Sam Halsall, 27 Umyla Hanley, 28 Brad O’Neill, 29 Alex Sutton, 31 Romain Silva, 32 Junior Nsemba, 33 Zach Eckersley, 34 Logan Astley, 35 Jack Bibby, 37 Harvie Hill, 38 Ben O’Keefe, 39 Tom Forber.

Injury News

After losing Lachlan Coote to concussion last week for the rest of the season as he was forced out with the same problem for a third time this year, Hull KR have now lost Mikey Lewis to the same problem ending his year. Speaking of ending seasons, Jez Litten’s two game ban ends his year whilst Jimmy Keinhorst has also picked up a one match ban. Danny McGuire has only been able to name a 18-man squad.

The Warriors will be sweating on the fitness of Liam Farrell after he picked up a knee injury in the 53rd minute of their game against St Helens. Cade Cust and Brad Singleton may not feature for this one either after they picked up knocks. All three are rested for this game unsurprisingly, whilst the likes of Bevan French and Jai Field are rested. The Warriors could have eight potential debutants.

Kick-off time and TV details

The game kicks off at 15:00 tomorrow.

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

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