Super League: Hull KR are set to start with the same team against Bradford
Last Updated: 23/03/14 2:22pm
Craig Sandercock: Set to retain the same starting line-up
Hull KR have added winger Omari Caro to their squad for the Super League visit of Bradford after recovering from a hand injury.
However, coach Craig Sandercock is set to stick with the team that lost at Wigan, with on-loan winger Ade Gardner set to make his home debut.
Bradford centre or second rower Matty Blythe is set to make his first appearance of the season after recovering from a hand injury, while on-loan front-rower Anthony Mullally returns after being unable to play against parent club Huddersfield.
Adam Sidlow has recovered from the illness that forced him to miss the defeat by the Giants.
They take over from winger Luke George, who has a hamstring injury, and forward Chev Walker, who is suspended.
The Bulls are currently bottom of Super League on minus two points after having six deducted for going into administration.
Coach Francis Cummins has seen three major players leave for rival clubs as a direct consequence of the club's ongoing financial crisis and is currently able to make only loan signings to make up for the losses.
Hull KR squad: Burns, Carlile, Caro, Cockayne, Costigan, Cox, Eden, Gardner, Green, J. Hodgson, Horne, Keating, Langley, Larroyer, Poore, Salter, A. Walker, Welham, Weyman.
Bradford squad: Donaldson, Henry, Wood, Purtell, Gale, Kear, Olbison, Sidlow, Bridge, Mullally, Sutcliffe, Blythe, Roberts, Manuokafoa, Addy, Foster, Diskin, Kearney, O'Brien.
First Utility Super League
Thu 2nd Jul
Warrington Wolves17 - 6Wigan Warriors
Fri 3rd Jul
Leeds Rhinos46 - 18St Helens
Sun 5th Jul
Huddersfield Giants32 - 14Hull K R
Hull FC31 - 24Wakefield Wildcats
Salford Red Devils18 - 14Catalans Dragons
Castleford Tigers34 - 20Widnes Vikings
Thu 9th Jul
Wigan WarriorsvsLeeds Rhinos
Fri 10th Jul
St HelensvsHuddersfield Giants
Sun 12th Jul
Hull FC0 - 0Castleford Tigers
Salford Red Devils0 - 0Hull K R
Wakefield Wildcats0 - 0Warrington Wolves
Widnes Vikings0 - 0Catalans Dragons
Thu 16th Jul
Warrington WolvesvsSt Helens
Fri 17th Jul
Hull K RvsHull FC
Leeds Rhinos0 - 0Salford Red Devils
Wigan Warriors0 - 0Widnes Vikings
Sat 18th Jul
Catalans DragonsvsHuddersfield Giants
Sun 19th Jul
Wakefield Wildcats0 - 0Castleford Tigers
Thu 23rd Jul
Hull FCvsWigan Warriors
Fri 24th Jul
St Helens0 - 0Hull K R
Sun 26th Jul
Huddersfield Giants0 - 0Wakefield Wildcats
Leeds Rhinos0 - 0Catalans Dragons
Widnes Vikings0 - 0Salford Red Devils
Castleford Tigers0 - 0Warrington Wolves
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