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

Warrington Wolves will host Hull KR on Friday night at the Halliwell Jones Stadium hoping to alleviate some of the pressure around the Cheshire club.

Warrington went down 35-22 to the Castleford Tigers last weekend in a dismal performance that saw the Wolves down 27-0 at one point during the game.

Meanwhile, Hull KR were able to get the better of West Yorkshire opponents Wakefield Trinity who just fell short, 15-10 at Craven Park.

21-man squads

Warrington Wolves

33 Kyle Amor
5 Matty Ashton
15 Joe Bullock
9 Daryl Clark
14 Jason Clark
11 Ben Currie
17 Matt Davis
20 James Harrison
12 Oliver Holmes
3 Peter Mata’utia
33 Thomas Mikaele
21 Greg Minikin
19 Robbie Mulhern
35 Matty Nicholson
1 Stefan Ratchford
22 Josh Thewlis
16 Danny Walker
34 Jake Wardle
Tom Whitehead
7 George Williams
23 Connor Wrench

Hull KR

1 Lachlan Coote
2 Ben Crooks
5 Ryan Hall
9 Matt Parcell
10 George King
14 Jez Litten
16 Korbin Sims
17 Elliot Minchella
18 Jimmy Keinhorst
19 Will Dagger
20 Mikey Lewis
21 Rowan Milnes
22 Will Maher
23 Ethan Ryan
24 Sam Wood
25 Greg Richards
28 Will Tate
29 Phoenix Laulu-Togaga’e
30 Charlie Cavanaugh
31 Connor Moore
36 Sam Royle

Injury news

Warrington are still without the likes of Gareth Widdop, but Kyle Amor returns following a number of weeks out with injury. Riley Dean, surprisingly, drops out of the squad. Hull KR, meanwhile, look set to be without big names such as Shaun Kenny-Dowall and Dean Hadley. Ryan Hall managed to come through unscathed against Wakefield, but Frankie Halton, Albert Vete and Matty Storton remain sidelined.

Kick-off time

The game will kick off at 8pm on Friday night at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.

TV details

The game will not be broadcast anywhere live so get down to the Halliwell Jones Stadium to see it live! Highlights can be found on the Super League Show as well as Super League’s YouTube Channel from next week.

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