Jordan Turner sits out loss after concussion

James Gordon

Huddersfield centre Jordan Turner is expecting to return to action against Wakefield after sitting out the defeat at Warrington.

Turner, 30, was knocked unconscious during the Easter Monday game against London Broncos causing a 10 minute delay, meaning concussion protocol ruled him out of the trip to the Halliwell Jones Stadium.

He told the club’s official website: “I’m feeling well and recovering really well. I have to follow concussion protocol and will be back on the field as soon as I have completed it

“I don’t remember much of the concussion, I just remember being dazed and coming round later in the sheds when the lads started banging the drum and singing the victory song!”

Huddersfield slumped to a 50-19 loss against Warrington in his absence, and welcome Wakefield to the John Smith’s Stadium on Friday night.