Will Maher and Albert Vete are fit enough to line up for Hull KR against Warrington Wolves but George Lawler and Korbin Sims failed to prove their fitness in time for the play-off eliminator.

Maher has overcome the hamstring issue that forced him off at Headingley last week, while Vete is back after missing the defeat to Leeds Rhinos with a calf problem.

However, Lawler (thumb) and Sims (leg) miss out in another double blow for a Robins side already missing a whole host of star names.

Tony Smith is without nine first-team players in all, all of whom would arguably make KR’s strongest 17.

The only change to the starting line-up sees Jez Litten start in place of Matt Parcell, with Vete and Rowan Milnes on the bench alongside Muizz Mustapha and Will Tate.

Milnes’ inclusion raises the prospect of Jordan Abdull moving to loose forward later in the game.

Warrington: Stefan Ratchford, Tom Lineham, Jake Mamo, Toby King, Josh Thewlis, George Williams, Gareth Widdop, Chris Hill, Daryl Clark, Sitaleki Akauola, Ben Currie, Jack Hughes, Joe Philbin.

Bench: Jason Clark, Matty Ashton, Robbie Mulhern, Ellis Longstaff.

Hull KR: Will Dagger, Ben Crooks, Brad Takairangi, Shaun Kenny-Dowall, Jimmy Keinhorst, Jordan Abdull, Mikey Lewis, George King, Jez Litten, Will Maher, Luis Johnson, Kane Linnett, Matty Storton.

Bench: Albert Vete, Muizz Mustapha, Rowan Milnes, Will Tate.