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Injury Corner: Castleford Tigers and Hull FC share four concerns as Leeds Rhinos sweat on duo

The amount of injuries being suffered in rugby league in recent times is quite harrowing.

A significant amount of muscle tissue problems as well as more longer-term issues such as MCLs and ACLs are becoming more common.

Therefore, we thought it would be a good idea to note which stars succumbed to injuries in the round of fixtures just gone.

Leeds Rhinos finally got their first win in the local derby with Wakefield Trinity, whilst St Helens kept up their 100% start with the demolition of Hull KR.

Warrington Wolves were shocked at home by an inspired Catalans Dragons performance, whilst Toulouse Olympique took Wigan Warriors all the way until a late Harry Smith drop-goal took the English side home.

Wind forward to Sunday and Castleford Tigers also got their first win of the campaign with an impressive win over Hull FC, whilst Huddersfield Giants thrashed Salford Red Devils.

Wakefield Trinity vs Leeds Rhinos
Jacob Miller (Wakefield Trinity) – head
Harry Newman (Leeds Rhinos) – leg
Blake Austin (Leeds Rhinos) – head

Warrington Wolves vs Catalans Dragons
Fouad Yaha (Catalans Dragons) – hamstring before the game

Hull KR vs St Helens
Ryan Hall (Hull KR) – eye

Huddersfield Giants vs Salford Red Devils
Theo Fages (Huddersfield Giants) – calf before the game
Tim Lafai (Salford Red Devils) – unconfirmed before the game
Greg Burke (Salford Red Devils) – head

Castleford Tigers vs Hull FC
Niall Evalds (Castleford Tigers) – hamstring before the game
Nathan Massey (Castleford Tigers) – hamstring before the game
Connor Wynne (Hull FC) – arm
Darnell McIntosh (Hull FC) – hamstring before the game

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  1. Brad Ward

    March 7, 2022 at 2:03 pm

    Do you know for a fact that ACL and MCL injurys are be coming more common?

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