Wakefield Trinity vs Hull KR – League Stage – Preview & Prediction | 2023 Super League
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When is Wakefield Trinity vs Hull KR on and what time does it start? Wakefield Trinity vs Hull KR will take place on Friday 24th March, 2023 – 20:00 (UK)
Where is Wakefield Trinity vs Hull KR taking place? Wakefield Trinity vs Hull KR will take place at Be Well Support Stadium in Wakefield, England
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What channel is Wakefield Trinity vs Hull KR on in the UK? Wakefield Trinity vs Hull KR will not be televised live in the UK
Where can I stream Wakefield Trinity vs Hull KR in the UK? Wakefield Trinity vs Hull KR cannot be streamed live in the UK
THE TEAM NEWS
- Wakefield Trinity almost landed their first Super League victory of the season but not for the first time in recent years, they had their hearts broken by Marc Sneyd.
- Trinity forced Salford Red Devils into golden point but fell short as Sneyd’s drop goal condemned them to yet another loss and they have been dealt another injury blow this week with Liam Hood ruled out.
21-man squad: Taufua, Hall, Lyne, Lino, Battye, Whitbread, Ashurst, Pitts, Crowther, Kay, Atoni, Kershaw, Smith, Langi, Butler, Bowes, Eseh, Butterworth, Pratt, Hewitt, Forber
Unavailable: Josh Bowden (Injured), Kelepi Tanginoa (Injured), Max Jowitt (Injured), Lewis Murphy (Injured), Lee Gaskell (Injured), Tom Lineham (Injured), Liam Hood (Injured)
Questionable: Samisoni Langi
- Hull KR suffered a third successive loss as their trip to the South of France to face Catalans Dragons proved to be fruitless with injuries taking their toll.
- Rovers lost three players to the concussion protocols within the first half of that contest and Jordan Abdull, Dean Hadley and Frankie Halton will all miss out here as a result.
21-man squad: Coote, Ryan, Opacic, Hall, Sue, Parcell, King, Linnett, Kennedy, Batchelor, Storton, Lewis, Milnes, Senior, Wood, Johnson, Luckley, Aydin, Laulu-Togaga’e
Unavailable: Shaun Kenny-Dowall (Suspended), Jordan Abdull (Injured), Frankie Halton (Injured), Dean Hadley (Injured), Will Dagger (Injured)
Questionable: Matt Parcell, Kane Linnett, Matty Storton
Wakefield Trinity came as close as they have all season to landing their first success but were left frustrated as they fell to a golden point loss against Salford Red Devils. They will be desperate to end their drought here as they take on Hull KR with Rovers also keen to land the spoils having lost their last three. They were beaten by Catalans Dragons last week and despite suffering a spate of injuries in that loss, they have what it takes to bounce back in this one.