March, who was banned for two months after verbally abusing a match official, will play in Keighley’s U20s fixture against Halifax on Thursday night.
He said: “Thursday’s a good opportunity to get a bit of game-time under my belt, and I can’t wait to get back out there on Sunday.
“Danny Jones is a bit of a concern with a hamstring problem, so it’s ideal timing for me to come back in and give Danny another week to recover.”
March added: “Workington had a fantastic win against Batley last week that kept their hopes alive, but we see this as a six-pointer.
“If we win we open up a big gap, so it’s a big game for both clubs. It’ll be a physical battle – they’re a big side that challenge you in certain areas – and we need to stand up to that.”
But Veivers said: “Those matches count for nothing now and all I’m concentrating on is the next game on the fixture list.”