Huddersfield skipper Kevin Brown will be out for up to a month with an ankle injury.
Brown, 26, picked up the knock in last weekend’s defeat at Hull KR, a recurrence of an injury he sustained in pre-season.
David Fa’alogo has also suffered a setback after just two games back in the side, although coach Nathan Brown is hopeful he won’t be missing for too long.
He told the club’s official website: “We would like to maintain some sort of stability and we don’t want to change the team unless we really have to. We was forced into leaving Robbo out of the Hull KR game and then we lost Kev with a reoccurrence of his ankle injury he suffered pre-season which may see him out for a month but Dave (Fa’alogo) will only be out for a very short time, if at all.
“Robbo and Gilly will also be back this week along with Mason and Luke O’D and Luke will play against Leeds this week, he will be keen for a game.”
Huddersfield’s defeat at Craven Park on Sunday saw them lose top spot in the Super League table.