Injury Corner: Leeds Rhinos, Castleford Tigers and Hull FC with big blows

With only the international fixture between England and the Combined Nations All Stars taking place at the weekend, there is little to talk about in terms of new injuries.

However, one team will be sweating over the potential big blow from England’s victory whilst others will be hoping for better news.

Which teams have which injuries going forward?

Castleford Tigers
Niall Evalds (bicep)
Callum McLelland (knee)
Jordan Turner (shoulder)
Alex Sutcliffe (knee)
Gareth O’Brien (calf)

Catalans Dragons
Dean Whare (pec)
Josh Drinkwater (foot)

Huddersfield Giants
Theo Fages (calf)
Chris Hill (calf)
Jack Cogger (back)

Hull FC
Joe Cator (Achilles)
Andre Savelio (knee)
Ben McNamara (back)
Jake Connor (knee)
Carlos Tuimavave (Achilles)
Adam Swift (groin)

Hull KR
Jordan Abdull (quad)
Kane Linnett (bicep)
Tom Garrett (head)
Brad Takairangi (hamstring)
Luis Johnson (pec)

Leeds Rhinos
Tom Briscoe (ankle)
Jack Walker (hamstring)
Morgan Gannon (head)
Corey Johnson (knee)
Aidan Sezer (groin)
Matt Prior (sternum)

Salford Red Devils
Dan Sarginson (shoulder)
Shane Wright (hamstring)
James Greenwood (ankle)
King Vuniyayawa (pec)
Jack Wells (unknown)

St Helens
Lewis Dodd (Achilles)
Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook (face)
Mark Percival (knee)
Morgan Knowles (unknown)
Jonny Lomax (bicep)

Toulouse Olympique
Guy Armitage (larynx)
Joe Bretherton (calf)
Justin Sangare (ankle)
Lloyd White (back)

Wakefield Trinity
Lee Kershaw (ACL)
Liam Kay (knee)
Tom Johnstone (groin)
Reece Lyne (ankle)
Bill Tupou (Achilles)

Warrington Wolves
Jack Hughes (shoulder)
Jason Clark (head)

Wigan Warriors
Kai Pearce-Paul (groin)
Cade Cust (elbow)
Iain Thornley (knee)
Jai Field (hamstring)
Bevan French (unknown)

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