Swinton coach Steve McCormack is expecting a reaction from his players following last week’s 86-12 thumping by Featherstone.
The Lions, who cannot qualify for the end of season play-offs, have little more than pride to play for in Sunday’s encounter against Keighley, who themselves are in the hunt for a top six place.
McCormack said: “It will be nice to get back at home, but we have two games left and they are not going to be easy.”
“Teams around us have got a lot to play for, but we are playing for a little bit of pride and players are playing for their contracts next season, so I’m expecting a big reaction.”
Forster had been recalled by parent club St Helens to cover their injury-hit squad, while Morrison has been missing through injury.