THERE WILL be at least two changes to Leeds Rhinos’ side for tonight’s game at Warrington Wolves.
Anthony Mullally (dislocated finger) and debutant Sam Hallas have been left out from the 17 on duty in last Saturday’s 40-8 loss to Wigan Warriors in Newcastle. Rob Burrow is poised to return after missing that match due to a calf muscle injury and Liam Sutcliffe is available following a one-game ban.
Mitch Garbutt (back) and Brett Delaney (hamstring), who the club said on Tuesday could be two weeks away from returning, are included in the 19.
Long-term casualties Chris Sandow (hamstring) and Brad Dwyer (ankle ligaments) are set to make their Warrington comebacks, along with Ryan Atkins (concussion) and Rhys Evans (shoulder).
Sam Wilde is also vying for a call-up. Matty Russell has a hamstring injury and Joe Philbin, Jordan Cox and former Leeds scholarship player Morgan Smith are the others to drop out from the side which lost 34-14 to Castleford Tigers last Saturday.
Former Warrington player Chris Campbell will referee a Rhinos game for the first time.