Morrison said: “We’ll check on them later in the week, but if they’re fit they might well be in, because some people haven’t been good enough in the last couple of weeks.”
He added: “Hunslet are a good side. They’re playing for their survival and in every game we play from now on, the opposition is playing for either play-off positions or survival, so everyone we meet is raising their game.”
Hawks coach Barry Eaton said: “So far this year we’ve got 10 bonus points, which proves we’re being competitive more often than not.
“We just need to turn a couple of those close defeats into wins and that will secure our position.
“It’s certainly not all dead and buried. If we win one, we’re likely to go on and win two or three.”