Wolves suffer Myler blow
Scrum-half faces at least six weeks out with fractured cheekbone
Last Updated: 24/04/11 4:42pm
Myler: fractured cheekbone
Super League leaders Warrington have confirmed scrum-half Richie Myler sustained a fractured cheekbone in the 60-0 win over Salford on Good Friday.
The England international, who has been an ever-present this season, will see a specialist but is expected to be out for six to eight weeks.
Warrington are set to switch Michael Monaghan from hooker to scrum-half for the visit of Hull on Easter Monday, when three-quarter Matt King is in line to make his comeback from a knee injury.
The Wolves are currently level on points with Huddersfield Giants at the top of the Super League standings after winning eight of their first 11 games.