Catalans Dragons vs Hull KR – League Stage – Preview & Prediction | 2023 Super League
When is Catalans Dragons vs Hull KR on and what time does it start? Catalans Dragons vs Hull KR will take place on Saturday 18th March, 2023 – 19:00 (UK)
Where is Catalans Dragons vs Hull KR taking place? Catalans Dragons vs Hull KR will take place at Stade Gilbert Brutus in Perpignan, France
Where can I get tickets for Catalans Dragons vs Hull KR? Visit this link for the latest ticket information for Catalans Dragons vs Hull KR
What channel is Catalans Dragons vs Hull KR on in the UK? Catalans Dragons vs Hull KR will not be televised live in the UK
Where can I stream Catalans Dragons vs Hull KR in the UK? Catalans Dragons vs Hull KR cannot be streamed live in the UK
THE TEAM NEWS
- Catalans Dragons claimed a brilliant win on the road against Wigan Warriors despite missing several key men as they maintained their perfect start to the season.
- The Dragons were superb defensively as they were able to grind out a win in poor conditions but they are handed a little boost here with Cesar Rogue back in contention.
21-man squad: Mourgue, Davies, Keighran, May, McMeeken, McIlorum, Bousquet, Seguier, Garcia, Da Costa, Goudemand, Rouge, Chan, Romano, Taukeiaho, Dezaria, Johnstone, Scimone, Ma’u, Tison, Zenon
Unavailable: Fouad Yaha (Injured), Mitchell Pearce (Injured), Matt Whitley (Injured), Sam Tomkins (Injured), Romain Navarrete (Injured)
Questionable: Cesar Rouge
- Hull KR suffered a second loss in succession as they went down to Warrington Wolves last week and now face a tough task as they attempt to get back to winning ways.
- Rovers were second best but were by no means disgraced against the league leaders and they should be able to welcome Jordan Abdull back into the side after he sat out through injury last week.
21-man squad: Coote, Opacic, Hall, Abdull, Sue, King, Halton, Minchella, Litten, Kennedy, Batchelor, Keinhorst, Dagger, Lewis, Milnes, Hadley, Senior, Wood, Johnson, Luckley, Laulu-Togaga’e
Unavailable: Shaun Kenny-Dowall (Suspended), Kane Linnett (Injured), Matt Parcell (Injured), Matty Storton (Injured)
Questionable: Jordan Abdull
Catalans Dragons have made an eye-catching start to the season and will be confident of maintaining their 100% record as they host Hull KR. The visitors have lost their last two and travel here with a poor head-to-head record against the French side. Rovers have lost the past seven matchups between the two teams and with confidence flowing for the hosts, they can do what is required to make it five successive victories.