Trinity suffer triple injury blow

Wakefield boss Chris Chester faces a selection headache after losing three players to long term injuries.

Half-back Jacob Miller could be out for up to twelve weeks after breaking his leg during Trinity’s victory over Wigan on Monday.

New signing Adam Walker looks set to miss at least two months of the season after suffering a medial ligament rupture during the same game.

Forward Tinirau Arona has torn a hamstring, ruling him out for the next five to six weeks.

Wakefield are currently fourth in the table, four points behind Sunday’s opponents Salford who lie second.

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