Super League briefing
Team news and statistics ahead of this weekend's remaining matches in Super League XVIII.
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Saturday, March 9
London are likely to be unchanged after getting off the mark against Salford, although hooker Chad Randall is back in the squad and could squeeze out Ben Fisher. Tony Clubb keeps his place after making his return from illness but there is no place for Chris Melling, who has been loaned out to Hemel Stags.
Hull KR are set to give a first start to Keal Carlile after losing both first-choice hookers Josh Hodgson and Lincoln Withers. Prop Adam Walker is back from suspension and James Green is also in the 19 after Dale Ferguson returned from his loan spell to Huddersfield. Utility back Craig Hall will undergo a late fitness test on the ankle injury that forced him to miss the win over Warrington.
Last season: London Broncos 48 Hull KR 42, Hull KR 44 London Broncos 16.
Last six league matches: London Broncos W L L L L W Hull KR L L L W L W.
Top tryscorers: Kieran Dixon (London Broncos) 5; Michael Dobson and David Hodgson (Hull KR) 4.
Top goalscorers: Michael Witt (London Broncos) 8; Michael Dobson (Hull KR) 22.
Sunday, March 10
Wakefield are without prop Andy Raleigh, who hurt a knee in the defeat by Catalan Dragons, but second-rower Frankie Mariano has recovered from a head injury sustained in that match. Centre Reece Lyne is poised to return after recovering from a pectoral injury and Oliver Wilkes is set to take the place of Raleigh.
Salford caretaker coach Alan Hunte recalls youngsters Niall Evalds, Gareth Owen and Theo Fages and welcomes back from suspension prop Lee Jewitt as well as winger Danny Broughton, who missed last week's defeat by London after being stuck in a traffic jam. Stuart Howarth, Danny Williams and Ryan McGoldrick drop out.
Last season: Salford 34 Wakefield 42, Wakefield 26 Salford 22.
Last six league matches: Wakefield W L W W L L Salford L L L L W L.
Top tryscorers: Ben Cockayne (Wakefield) 6; Ashley Gibson (Salford) 4.
Top goalscorers: Paul Sykes (Wakefield) 14; Marc Sneyd (Salford) 6.