Super League briefing

  • Last Updated: July 19 2014, 14:31 BST

Team news and statistics ahead of this weekend's remaining action in the First Utility Super League.

Jason Chan will get a first start on loan at Hull KR
Jason Chan will get a first start on loan at Hull KR

Sunday, July 20

Huddersfield v Bradford

Huddersfield have skipper Danny Brough back after missing the defeat at Castleford with an ankle injury, while teenager Jake Connor continues at full-back in the absence of Scott Grix and will make his home debut.

Bradford coach James Lowes recalls former Huddersfield winger Luke George in place of loan signing Danny Williams and utility forward Chev Walker is back in the frame but there is still no place for captain Matt Diksin.

Last season: Bradford 58 Huddersfield 6, Bradford 6 Huddersfield 42 Huddersfield 18 Bradford 43.

This season: Bradford 18 Huddersfield 66, Huddersfield 54 Bradford 16.

Last six league matches: Huddersfield W W W W L L; Bradford W L L L L L.

Top tryscorers: Jermaine McGillvary 12, Joe Wardle (Huddersfield) 12; Adrian Purtell (Bradford).

Top goalscorers: Danny Brough (Huddersfield) 79; Jamie Foster (Bradford) 29.

Referee: C Leatherbarrow.

Hull KR v Salford

Second rower Jason Chan will make his Hull KR debut after arriving on loan from Huddersfield, taking the place of Rhys Lovegrove after he was concussed during the defeat at Leeds, while Craig Hall looks set to switch to full-back in the absence of Greg Eden, who is dropped for the visit of the side he spent a month on loan at earlier this season.

Salford are without second rower Gareth Hock, who starts a seven-match suspension. Coach Iestyn Harris has added Logan Tomkins and Francis Meli to the team that beat Hull and will give a late fitness test to full-back Kevin Locke, who missed the last game with a groin strain.

Last season: Hull KR 28 Salford 18, Salford 38 Hull KR 34.

This season: Salford 16 Hull KR 16.

Last six league matches: Hull KR L L W L W L; Salford L W L L W W.

Top tryscorers: Omari Caro (Hull KR) 10; Francis Meli (Salford) 11.

Top goalscorers: Travis Burns (Hull KR) 65; Jake Mullaney (Salford) 22.

Referee: J Child.