Castleford will be looking to continue their good home form when they host London Broncos on Sunday.
The Tigers have beaten Leeds and drawn with Catalan at the Wish Communications Stadium, and lost out in the dying stages against Wigan a fortnight ago.
Castleford 19-man squad: Owen, Shenton, Webster, Dixon, Chase, Ellis, Walker, Clark, Huby, Gilmour, Millington, Emmitt, Milner, Massey, Holmes, Thompson, Tansey, Fleming, Mason.
London 19-man squad: Bailey, Bryant, Channing, Clubb, Cook, Colbon, Dixon, Dorn, Fisher, Gower, Kaufusi, Krasniqi, Lee, Lovell, Randall, Robertson, Rodney, Sarginson, Witt.
Prediction: Castleford will want to bounce back from last week's humbling, and have been relatively strong at home - home win
Castleford are without a win in their last four games, having lost three and drawn one. Their last victory was 14-12 at home to Leeds on 10 February.
Dorn is in his second spell with the club, having first made his Broncos debut in a 28-24 win against Warrington at Griffin Park, Brentford, on 13 February, 2005. He scored a first-minute try in that game.
After a season each with Salford (2007) and Castleford (2008), he returned to the club - then Harlequins - and made his second debut against the Tigers - the side he had just left - in a 12-8 road victory on 15 February, 2009.
Dorn scored both Quins' tries in that win, in a two-minute spell either side of half-time.
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