Super League: Catalan Dragons v Hull KR match preview
Last Updated: 21/04/14 6:21am
Daryl Millard: Should return for Catalan Dragons against Hull KR
Catalan Dragons are set to have a quartet of big names back in their line-up when they take on Hull KR in Perpignan on Easter Monday.
Back-row forwards Louis Anderson and Greg Mounis, centre Daryl Millard and stand-off Leon Pryce have all been named in Laurent Frayssinous' 19-man squad for the clash, which can be seen live on Sky Sports 2 HD from 4.45pm.
All four players were missing from the match-day squad which defeated London Broncos 28-22 at The Hive on Thursday night.
Mounis and Pryce featured in the initial squad for the trip to London but did not make to the final 17 due to their knocks.
Anderson and Millard also come back into the squad, with Julian Bousquet and Joan Guasch making way for the duo.
Scott Dureau, Brent Webb and Ian Henderson are all still on the sidelines through injury and will not be able to aid the Dragons' bid for a fourth straight win in all competitions.
Hull KR clinched a dramatic win against Hull FC in the derby on Thursday and will be looking to follow that result up with another success in the south of France.
Coach Craig Sandercock makes just one change to his 19-man squad, full-back Ben Cockayne dropping out to be replaced by Greg Eden in a straight swap.
However, Rovers could also benefit from the return of Australian half-back Kris Keating, who was selected in the provisional squad for the derby but did not play in the match due to a calf strain.
Catalan squad: Escare, Pryce, Pomeroy, Oldfield, Bosc, Elima, Lima, Taia, Anderson, Mounis, Maria, Pelissier, Whitehead, Millard, Pala, Paea, Baitieri, Duport, Garcia.
Hull KR squad: Burns, Carlile, Caro, Costigan, Cox, Eden, Gardner, Green, Hall, J Hodgson, Horne, Keating, Larroyer, Lovegrove, Netherton, Poore, Salter, Welham, Weyman.
Watch Catalan Dragons v Hull KR live on Sky Sports 2 HD from 4.45pm on Easter Monday
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