Wakefield without David Fifita and Danny Kirmond while Oliver Holmes returns for Castleford

Wakefield have made the changes to their side for Thursday’s clash with Castleford, while Oliver Holmes will return to action for the Tigers.

Chris Chester has made three changes to his Wakefield that lost at Warrington last week. Tinirau Arona is back in the squad after being called up last minute against Warrington to replace the injured David Fifita. Joel Arundel and Kyle Wood return and the trio replace Danny Kirmond, Fifita and James Batchelor.

Oliver Holmes will return from his ban and he replaces Jy Hitchcox in Daryl Powell’s Castleford squad.

The Super League clash takes place at the Mobile Rocket Stadium on Thursday, 7:45pm kick-off.

Trinity 19-man squad:

1 Scott Grix

2 Tom Johnstone

3 Bill Tupou

4 Reece Lyne

5 Ben Jones-Bishop

6 Jacob Miller

7 Liam Finn

9 Kyle Wood

10 Anthony England

11 Matty Ashurst

13 Tyler Randell

14 Justin Horo

15 Pauli Pauli

16 Tinirau Arona

17 Craig Huby

18 Joe Arundel

20 Keegan Hirst

24 Mason Caton-Brown

25 Ryan Hampshire

Tigers 19-man squad:

1 Ben Roberts

2 Greg Minikin

3 Jake Webster

4 Michael Shenton

6 Jamie Ellis

7 Luke Gale

8 Junior Moors

9 Paul McShane

10 Grant Millington

11 Oliver Holmes

12 Mike McMeeken

13 Adam Milner

14 Nathan Massey

17 Alex Foster

18 Matt Cook

19 Gadwin Springer

21 Jake Trueman

22 James Green

26 James Clare

Who do you think will win? Let us know in the comments below.

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  1. Trinity might have a chance if they give jones-bishop strict orders to defend his wing and not go wandering about leaving the touchline clear for the opposition to walk in.

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