The pair both trained on Tuesday night and will be re-assessed on Wednesday, but Wright admitted they had a more than 50 per cent chance of playing against Rovers.
Wright said: “It gives us a little bit more choice and strength in depth on the substitutes bench.”
The Raiders coach watched his side fall to a surprise defeat against Batley in their last outing.
On facing Featherstone, he said: “It’s a massive test. They’ve started off strongly again this year, and we’re not firing on all cylinders at the moment.
“But after the disappointment of Batley, it’s good to get back to it with a game like this. We don’t want to let ourselves down on television.
“We’ve more than prepared for this game. The boys were in all weekend and we know what sort of opposition we’re playing against, but we’re looking forward to it.”