Halifax v Sheffield preview.
Heaton back for Fax
Northern Rail Cup winners Halifax could be boosted by the return of Ben Heaton for Sunday's Co-operative Championship clash with Sheffield Eagles.
The former Oldham centre is trying to force his way into Karl Harrison's plans after declaring himself fully recovered from an ankle injury.
However, Ross Divorty remains absent, and could miss another six weeks as he battles to return from an ankle problem.
Sheffield pair Joe Hirst (knee) and Menzie Yere (calf) are both doubtful, but Irish winger Tim Bergin could come into contention for the Eagles.
Sheffield will move above Halifax into second place if they can secure a winning margin of 13 points or more at The Shay.
Eagles have won seven of their last nine games, and coach Mark Aston has described Sunday's trip to West Yorkshire as "judgement day".
Aston said: "We need to go to Halifax with the right attitude and be really dominant."