Wakefield Trinity vs Hull KR: 21-man squads, injury news, kick-off time & TV details

Wakefield Trinity will take on Hull KR on Thursday night at Belle Vue.

Wakefield go into this one on the back of a superb away win at Hull FC, having overcome the Black and Whites on their own patch with a 26-18 win.

Hull KR, meanwhile, went down to reigning champions St Helens with a not too shabby 38-12 scoreline.

21-man squads

Wakefield Trinity

6 Jacob Miller
7 Mason Lino
8 Eddie Battye
10 Tinirau Arona
11 Matty Ashurst
14 Jordy Crowther
17 Lee Gaskell
18 Lee Kershaw
18 Liam Kay
20 Jack Croft
22 Yusuf Aydin
24 Harry Bowes
27 Lewis Murphy
29 Isaac Shaw
30 Corey Hall
34 Rob Butler
35 David Fifita
36 Kyle Evans
37 Josh Bowden
38 Jamie Shaul

Hull KR

5 Ryan Hall
8 Albert Vete
9 Matt Parcell
10 George King
12 Kane Linnett
13 Matty Storton
14 Jez Litten
16 Korbin Sims
17 Elliot Minchella
18 Jimmy Keinhorst
20 Mikey Lewis
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

Injury news

Wakefield will be able to welcome back Jamie Shaul after he couldn’t play against parent club Hull FC last week, but where that leaves Max Jowitt is up in the air. Liam Hood will be banned after being charged with a Grade D Shoulder Charge whilst James Batchelor and Jai Whitbread both suffered bad injuries last week. That being said, Liam Kay does return for Trinity after a long absence. Isaac Shaw has also been included

Meanwhile, Hull KR will be without Lachlan Coote with the fullback now out for the rest of the season with concussion. Sam Wood, however, will return from a shoulder injury whilst Matt Parcell has sat out his one-match ban. Connor Barley retains his spot after an impressive debut against St Helens.

Kick-off time

The game will kick off at 7.30pm on Thursday night at Belle Vue.

TV details

The game will not be broadcast anywhere on live TV so get down to Belle Vue and watch it live. Highlights will also be found on the Super League Show as well as Super League’s Youtube channel.

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