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Injury Corner: Castleford Tigers concerned over duo as Leeds Rhinos and Warrington Wolves suffer blows

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.

Thursday’s game saw Warrington Wolves thrash Castleford Tigers, with Leeds Rhinos falling short at in-form Wigan Warriors on Friday.

St Helens hammered Hull FC on Saturday dinnertime whilst Huddersfield Giants looked impressive in their victory over Hull KR later in the day.

Catalans Dragons just about overcame Wakefield Trinity to round off Saturday’s games with Salford Red Devils emphatically beating Toulouse Olympique this afternoon.

Warrington Wolves vs Castleford Tigers
Mike Cooper (Warrington Wolves) – illness
Kenny Edwards (Castleford Tigers) – leg
Alex Sutcliffe (Castleford Tigers) – neck

Wigan Warriors vs Leeds Rhinos
Ash Handley (Leeds Rhinos) – leg
Cameron Smith (Leeds Rhinos) – back

Huddersfield Giants vs Hull KR
Will Dagger (Hull KR) – shoulder

Catalans Dragons vs Wakefield Trinity
Mickael Goudemand (Catalans Dragons) – concussion

Richard Agar has confirmed that Richie Myler will be missing for Leeds Rhinos three months following his visit to a specialist in London this week.

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