That loss did much to crush the optimism that was beginning to be a feature of Rovers, after they appeared to have overcome injury problems to remain in the hunt for a top eight finish.
Youngster Sonny Esslemont drops out.
Castleford themselves have not enjoyed the same sort of season as 2014, but they are still there or thereabouts in the table, and have the players to score from all over the pitch.
Prediction: Home advantage sees Rovers over the line, just, by six points.
Hull KR (19-man squad): Blair, Boudebza, Campese, Cockayne, Cox, Dixon, Donaldson, Green, Greenwood, Kelly, Larroyer, Lunt, McCarthy, Mantellato, Ollett, Puletua, Salter, Sio, Welham.
Castleford (19-man squad): Clare, Webster, Shenton, Roberts, Gale, Lynch, Milner, Millington, O. Holmes, Massey, Boyle, Moors, Solomona, Finn, Tansey, Channing, McMeeken, Gibson, Maher.
Michael Shenton needs three tries to reach 150 for his career. Shenton has scored 124 tries for Castleford (2004-2010 & 2013-2015), to go with 20 for St Helens (2011-2012) and three for England (2008-2011 & 2014). He also needs four points to reach 500 for Castleford. Shenton’s total of 496 has been reached with 124 tries in 228 games for the Tigers (2004-2010 & 2013-2015).
Super League Summary:
Castleford 25, Hull KR 4 (SLR10, 11/4/15)