Hull KR players will choose between to face the Wire on Thursday

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HULL KR have left a spot in their squad for Thursday’s trip to Warrington Wolves.

As it stands, the Robins will travel to the Halliwell Jones Stadium with just 20 players to choose from, as opposed to the permitted 21, but they could fill the reserve spot with a new signing.

This afternoon the Robins and rivals Hull FC confirmed a deal which sees Jack Brown move to Craven Park and Yusuf Aydin swap his current loan at the MKM Stadium permanently.

Brown came off the bench for FC during the defeat at Warrington on Friday, and Rovers have left a spot in the team vacant, his debut for them could come at the same ground six days later.

Otherwise, the only change sees center Oliver Gildart dropped, sitting out Saturday’s win over St Helens in the warm-up with a knee injury.

Skipper Elliot Minchella and second half James Batchelor went off injured during the match but are included in head coach Willie Peters’ traveling party.

The Hull KR team will face Warrington Wolves, the 11th round of the Super League

Peta Hiku, Niall Evalds, Tom Opacic, Ryan Hall, Mikey Lewis, Sauaso Sue, Jez Litten, George King, Dean Hadley, James Batchelor, Elliot Minchella, Matt Parcell, Sam Luckley, Jai Whitbread, Matty Storton, Kelepi Tanginoa, Tyrone May , Leo Tennison, Joe Burgess, Jack Broadbent

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