Sunday 14th Sep 15:00 Round: 27

Previous Super League Meetings

Sun 14 Sep 14
Rovers Win:
18 - 42
Sun 30 Mar 14
Rovers Win:
44 - 6
Sun 19 May 13
Rovers Win:
44 - 18
Sat 09 Feb 13
Wildcats Win:
36 - 20
Sun 19 Aug 12
Wildcats Win:
30 - 31
TRIES:
20
34
TRIES:
GOALS:
14
22
GOALS:
METRES:
5535
6131
METRES:
CARRIES:
858
875
CARRIES:
TACKLES:
1441
1373
TACKLES:
OFFLOADS:
51
51
OFFLOADS:
PENALTIES:
39
42
PENALTIES:
BREAKS:
25
31
BREAKS:

Current Form

L
03/08
L
15/08
W
31/08
L
07/09
L
14/09
L
03/08
D
14/08
L
29/08
L
07/09
W
14/09

Match Preview

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have centre Dean Collis back after missing the defeat at Castleford Tigers with a quad injury. Prop Andy Raleigh is set to play his last match before hanging up his boots and Paul Sykes and Matty Wildie will also make their farewell appearances but Wigan Warriors-bound forward Taulima Tautai is denied that opportunity due to suspension.

Hull KR coach Chris Chester has made three changes to the side that lost to the Catalan Dragons, recalling forward Jordan Cox and threequarters Omari Caro and Liam Salter. Craig Hall, set to move to Wakefield next season, is set to take over at scrum-half from the axed Kris Keating, while Macauley Hallett keeps his place after making a try-scoring debut against the Dragons.

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19 Man Squad

  • D Smith
  • Riley
  • Crowther
  • Annakin
  • Sykes
  • Lauitiiti
  • Raleigh
  • McShane
  • Gilmour
  • Sammut
  • Washbrook
  • Godinet
  • Owen
  • Anderson
  • T Smith
  • Collis
  • Lyne
  • Molloy
  • Wildie
Wakefield Wildcats 18-42 Hull Kingston Rovers 2013.superleague.co.uk