Injury Corner: St Helens, Leeds Rhinos, Hull FC and Warrington Wolves suffer major blows

Well, the Easter Monday fixtures have now been completed with a number of exciting – if low on quality – games being witnessed.

Castleford Tigers took on Leeds Rhinos in the first televised game, live on Sky Sports, and both sides dished up a rather mediocre affair with the former finally beating the latter, 16-14.

Among those games not televised, St Helens were able to overcome a stubborn Huddersfield Giants even without talismanic halfback Lewis Dodd, whilst Hull KR just crept over the line against Toulouse Olympique, 28-24.

Wigan Warriors put 50 past a beleaguered Wakefield Trinity as Catalans Dragons thrashed Salford Red Devils at the AJ Bell Stadium, too.

That left just Hull FC and Warrington Wolves to do battle in a tense affair as the Black and Whites ran out 18-16 winners.

But, just which sides are counting the cost of Easter Monday?

Castleford Tigers vs Leeds Rhinos
Blake Austin (Leeds Rhinos) – head

Huddersfield Giants vs St Helens
Lewis Dodd (St Helens) – confirmed Achilles

Salford Red Devils vs Catalans Dragons
Tim Lafai (Salford Red Devils) – hand

Hull FC vs Warrington Wolves
Connor Wynne (Hull FC) – head
Andre Savelio (Hull FC) – confirmed ACL
Jack Hughes (Warrington Wolves) – shoulder

Wigan Warriors vs Wakefield Trinity
Thomas Minns (Wakefield Trinity) – head

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