Ian Watson

Salford Red Devils hope to make it six consecutive wins in all competitions as they travel to the Halliwell Jones Stadium tomorrow to face Hull Kingston Rovers in the Super League. 

Red Devils head coach Ian Watson and his men will have a spring in their step after reaching the Coral Challenge Cup Final.

However, before Saturday’s trip to Wembley, Salford Red Devils face Hull KR who will be desperate to win after managing one victory in the last eight games since the restart.

Watson has named several changes in his 21-man squad after last week’s excellent victory over Huddersfield Giants,

Moreover, a handful of youngsters have been given the nod, showing Watson clearly prioritising this weekend’s cup final.

With the welcomed return of Dean Hadley, who faced a second injury, this will undoubtedly boost the Rovers’ performance.

In addition, Elliot Minhellla is back from a Grade B suspension that he picked up in the Huddersfield Giants defeat, two weeks ago.

Half-back, Rowan Milnes also sustains his position in Head Coach, Tony Smiths matchday squad

Milnes debut quickly turned sour after they suffered a heavy defeat away, against the Catalan Dragons.

Since restarting, they have seen one victory, the pressure will be on in the KR camp if their poor form continues

Hull Kingston Rovers v Salford Red Devils kicks off at 2.00 pm tomorrow afternoon.


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