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.
Chris Chester has confirmed that @jmilky34 has broken his leg and is expected to be out for around 6-12 weeks.
— Wakefield Trinity (@WTrinityRL) June 1, 2017
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.