Bradford Bulls head coach James Lowes has a fully-fit squad to select from for the first time all season, as Bradford gear up for the game that will decide whether they return to Super League in 2016.
Recent recruits Omari Caro and James Clare are left out as Lowes has a wealth of riches to pick from, with backs Jake Mullaney, Adrian Purtell, Danny Williams and Dane Nielsen returning after they all sat out the defeat to Halifax last weekend.
Ahead of the Million Pound Game at Wakefield on Saturday, Lowes also brings back forwards, Adam O’Brien, Adam Sidlow, Tom Olbison, Dale Ferguson and Danny Addy.
Bradford Bulls 19-Man Squad: Adam O’Brien, Adam Sidlow, Adrian Purtell, Alex Mellor, Dale Ferguson, Dane Nielsen, Danny Addy, Danny Williams, Epalahame Lauaki, Harry Siejka, Jake Mullaney, Jay Pitts, Jean-Philippe Baile, Lee Gaskell, Matt Ryan, Matty Blythe, Paul Clough, Steve Crossley, Tom Olbison.
As for Wakefield, coach Brian Smith has made two changes to that squad that will face the Bulls on Saturday at Belle Vue.
Anthony Walker and Scott Moore both return to the side from injury, and they will replace Matty Ashurst and Scott Anderson – who suffered a knee injury against Sheffield Eagles last weekend.
“Unfortunately we lost Scott early on in the game last week which is a big blow for us, however, it is a huge positive that our captain (Danny Kirmond) is fit enough to play in our biggest game this season. Danny managed to build up his match fitness last weekend and he came out unscathed,” said Wildcats coach Brian Smith.
“I believe that we have got a strong squad to go out there on Saturday, they have worked extremely hard in training this week and we have the mentality and confidence to get that win.”
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats 19-Man Squad: Max Jowitt, Reece Lyne, Bill Tupou, Joe Arundel, Tom Johnstone, Jacob Miller, Pita Godinet, Mickael Simon, Michael Sio, Nick Scruton, Danny Kirmond, Danny Washbrook, Chris Annakin, Anthony Mullally, Andy Yates, Ali Lauitiiti, Anthony Walker, Jordan Tansey, Scott Moore.