Hunslet v Featherstone preview.
Sullivan returns for Hawks
Adam Sullivan returns for Hunslet Hawks in the Northern Rail Cup quarter-final against Featherstone Rovers after completing his suspension.
Hawks coach Paul March is also boosted by the availability of for Fev winger Waine Pryce after a recent hamstring injury.
Richard Blakeway and Neil Lowe are added to the squad that lost 22-4 against Dewsbury last week, but Tommy Haughey (knee) is almost certainly ruled out.
March said: "Everybody's looking forward to Friday. We're the underdogs and we've nothing to lose.
"Featherstone are expected to come here and put a score on us, but we'll try to play to the best of our ability. We've got the knowledge that we've already won at Widnes this year, so we're capable of performing to that very high level."
He added: "We've been in this position before - we went to Halifax last year with nothing to lose. We know what it's all about.
"But if you look at a team like Batley and what they did last year, I can't see any reason why we can't do the same."
Rovers coach Daryl Powell expects to have Ross Divorty back in contention for Friday's trip to the South Leeds Stadium.
Powell, whose side will not be short of confidence after scoring 10 tries against Toulouse last week, said: "We're getting healthier."