Sheffield v Hunslet preview.
Decisions for Aston
Sheffield Eagles coach Mark Aston insists he has "lots of decisions" to make ahead of Friday's Co-operative Championship fixture with struggling Hunslet Hawks.
Duane Straughier had four stitches put in a face wound, while centre Menzie Yere (nose) also suffered a knock in last week's 30-26 defeat at Halifax.
David March returns from suspension for Hunslet, while Luke Haigh (ribs), Lee Mapals (head) and David Clayton (head) are all expected to recover from minor knocks in time for the trip to south Yorkshire.
Hawks coach Barry Eaton will also give a debut to Joe Parkinson, a former Wakefield reserves hooker who has recently returned to the UK following a spell in Australia.
Eaton was encouraged by aspects of last week's 36-6 defeat by Leigh Centurions, but acknowledges his side face another big test on Friday.
He said: "We could have been 12-0 up, but we bombed two good chances early on.
"What teams are doing to us is putting their chances to bed, and sometimes we're not. The lads played credibly to be fair, and it was very similar to the Halifax game.
"Sheffield are another top quality team, and they're in that group jostling for the best possible league finish, so they're not going to let up.
"It's important we try to continue our improvement and do our best to contain their massive strike power."