Winger Richie Barnett could also feature after recovering from a knee injury, while March is hopeful that dual-registration signing Ben Gledhill will make his Hunslet debut.
March said: “Batley are the club that we want to be like. They’ve been in the Co-operative Championship for a lot of years.
“They’ve had some very good results this year. We’ve already played them twice, so we know all about how good they are.”
Impressive Bulldogs are just a point off second-placed Featherstone in the league table after recording seven wins from their first 10 games of the season.
But coach Karl Harrison insists his side are not overachieving. He said: “I still think there is plenty to come from the squad this season.
“There’s no point peaking in May when the Grand Final and play-offs are in September and October.”