Whitehaven coach David Seeds is expecting the toughest game of the season so far when his side face Doncaster tomorrow at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Haven half back Lewis Palfrey, who left the field minutes into the victory over Gateshead, has an outside chance of playing on Sunday after making positive progress.
Haven coach David Seeds said: “We’re looking OK. Lewis is due to train with us on Thursday night, and he says he’s OK.
“The only concern is Martin Wilson – he’s struggling with a heel injury – but other than that we’re trying to fit 23 or 24 guys into 17 shirts.”
On Doncaster, he added: “They’re going really well, particularly when they’re at home.
“They’re a big, physical and enthusiastic side. There willl probably be a reaction from their Keighley game, and we’re expecting maybe the toughest game of the season so far.”
Doncaster Coach Tony Miller will assess Dean Colton later in the week before making any decision whether to include the Dons winger following a recent groin problem.