Wakefield and Hull KR have both announced their 21-man squads for Sunday afternoon’s round seven clash at the Mobile Rocket Stadium (KO 3:00pm).
Trinity are still win-less in 2021 but came as close as they have all season on Monday, pushing Leeds all the way before losing out to a golden point penalty goal.
Rovers, meanwhile, picked up their third victory of the season against Castleford, with Jordan Abdull’s late try spoiling the returning Tigers’ fans’ party to claim a 26-22 victory.
Captain Jacob Miller is back for Trinity after missing the last few weeks with a knee injury. He is one of three changes made by Chris Chester with Bill Tupou included alongside Yusuf Aydin, who returns following a loan spell at York. They replace Kyle Wood, Innes Senior and Jordy Crowther (foot), while Ryan Hampshire (jaw), Tom Johnstone (head), Jack Croft (ACL), Alex Walker (back) and Josh Wood (jaw) remain on the sidelines.
21-man squad: 1 Max Jowitt, 3 Bill Tupou, 4 Reece Lyne, 5 Liam Kay, 6 Jacob Miller, 7 Mason Lino, 8 David Fifita, 10 Tinirau Arona, 11 Matty Ashurst, 12 Kelepi Tanginoa, 13 Joe Westerman, 14 Jay Pitts, 15 Eddie Battye, 16 James Batchelor, 17 Chris Green, 20 Joe Arundel, 25 Brad Walker, 26 Yusuf Aydin, 27 Lee Kershaw, 28 Olly Ashall-Bott, 30 Josh Eaves.
Hull Kingston Rovers
Tony Smith names a 20-man squad, with George King unavailable after picking up a hip injury against Castleford. Korbin Sims keeps his place despite being taken off twice in that game, however there is still no place for Ethan Ryan (wrist), Albert Vete (hamstring) or Elliot Minchella (knee), who continue to recover from injury.
20-man squad: 1 Adam Quinlan, 2 Ben Crooks, 3 Greg Minikin, 4 Shaun Kenny-Dowall, 5 Ryan Hall, 7 Jordan Abdull, 9 Matt Parcell, 10 Korbin Sims, 11 Brad Takairangi, 12 Kane Linnett, 13 Dean Hadley, 14 Jez Litten, 15 George Lawler, 18 Matty Storton, 19 Will Dagger, 25 Rowan Milnes, 26 Will Maher, 27 Luis Johnson, 28 Muizz Mustapha, 33 Jimmy Keinhorst.