Leeds winger Scott Donald is set to make his return from injury in the derby clash against Bradford.
Donald, 30, has not played for the Rhinos since injuring his shoulder against Salford in February and has missed Leeds’ last 13 games.
He said: “The medical staff have been brilliant with me and made sure that my shoulder has fully recovered. To start with there was plenty of company in the treatment room with all the injuries but it was getting a bit lonely in recent weeks so it is good to be back in the squad.
“I am not the best spectator so it has been tough watchng the boys from the sidelines but they have done well to get things back on track after a tough start to the season.”
The Rhinos are without full back Brent Webb who will begin his two game suspension this week whilst Jamie Peacock and Rob Burrow are both still missing with knee injuries whilst Ali Lauitiiti is out with calf injury.