Saturday 9th Feb 17:45 Round: 2

Previous Super League Meetings

Thu 07 May 15
Rovers Win:
54 - 6
Sun 15 Feb 15
Wildcats Win:
44 - 24
Sun 14 Sep 14
Rovers Win:
18 - 42
Sun 30 Mar 14
Rovers Win:
44 - 6
Sun 19 May 13
Rovers Win:
44 - 18
TRIES:
16
38
TRIES:
GOALS:
14
28
GOALS:
METRES:
5585
6614
METRES:
CARRIES:
824
908
CARRIES:
TACKLES:
1514
1372
TACKLES:
OFFLOADS:
49
56
OFFLOADS:
PENALTIES:
31
31
PENALTIES:
BREAKS:
31
38
BREAKS:

Current Form

Wakefield Wildcats
L06/04
L11/04
L23/04
L01/05
L07/05
Hull Kingston Rovers
W06/04
L11/04
L25/04
L01/05
W07/05

Match Preview

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats coach Richard Agar has called prop Andy Raleigh and centre Vince Mellars into his squad in place of Brad Singleton and Matty Wildie. The 19-man squad also includes scrum-half Tim Smith, who is expected to recover from an ankle injury that forced him to miss the Wildcats’ opening game.

Hull KR will give a debut to former Wakefield second rower Dale Ferguson, who has joined them on loan from Huddersfield Giants and takes the place of the injured Rhys Lovegrove. The Robins are still without new signings Travis Burns and Sean Gleeson, as well as Ryan O’Hara and Kris Welham, but full-back Greg Eden will make his debut if he passes a late fitness test, with Craig Hall set to switch to stand-off.

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19 Man Squad

  • Mathers
  • Fox
  • Collis
  • Cockayne
  • Sykes
  • T Smith
  • Poore
  • Aiton
  • Raleigh
  • Lauitiiti
  • Kirmond
  • Washbrook
  • Wood
  • Amor
  • Wilkes
  • Mariano
  • Mellars
  • Lyne
  • Annakin