Sunday 19th May 15:00 Round: 15

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:
38
16
TRIES:
GOALS:
28
14
GOALS:
METRES:
6614
5585
METRES:
CARRIES:
908
824
CARRIES:
TACKLES:
1372
1514
TACKLES:
OFFLOADS:
56
49
OFFLOADS:
PENALTIES:
31
31
PENALTIES:
BREAKS:
38
31
BREAKS:

Current Form

Hull Kingston Rovers
L11/04
L25/04
L01/05
W07/05
L22/05
Wakefield Wildcats
L06/04
L11/04
L23/04
L01/05
L07/05

Match Preview

Hull KR expect to have centre Kris Welham back after a month's absence with a shoulder injury while fellow threequarter Luke George is recalled after being cup-tied against Wigan Warriors. Winger Alex Brown takes over from David Hodgson, who dislocated a finger in the defeat last Sunday. Coach Craig Sandercock has also called up reserve back-row forward Aaron Ollett for what would be his Super League debut.

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats are boosted by the return of full-back Richard Mathers after six weeks out with ankle and groin injuries and hope prop Justin Poore will also be fit to return after missing the cup win at Hull FC with an ankle injury.

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19 Man Squad

  • Salter
  • Brown
  • Walker
  • George
  • Griffin
  • Cox
  • Mika
  • Burns
  • Horne
  • Withers
  • Hall
  • Paea
  • Ollett
  • Lovegrove
  • Dobson
  • Welham
  • Eden
  • Beaumont
  • J Hodgson

Form players

Form players based on appearances in the last 30 days

Player

Kieran Dixon

Tries: 5

Player

John Boudebza

Tackles: 168

Player

Tyrone McCarthy

Tackles: 147