But no fit players can expect a rest, despite the Cup tie being against a Championship side.
“We are still down to the bare bones at the moment and what we are putting out on the field is pretty much all we have to select from at the minute, but we hope by the Huddersfield game we will have some bodies back,” Radford told the Hull Daily Mail.
“Sheffield is a game I’d have loved to have rested a few for, but I don’t think we’ll have that luxury. We know this is their biggest game of the season too, and they’ll be targeting us.
“Sheffield is a real banana skin for us, as they have been doing really well.
“So we’ll not be putting a team of young players out as we have to give them respect.”