22 Feb 2024

Match Pack: Round Two

Today marks the first away trip of the new Betfred Super League season as the Rhinos travel to take on Hull KR at Sewell Group Craven Park, KO 8pm, looking to make it back to back wins.

Ahead of the teams taking to the field, here is your snapshot preview of everything you need to know about tonight's teams:

21 man squad recap


In brief

- Willie Peters brings in two changes from the side that defeated Hull FC last Thursday with prop Matty Storton and winger Louis Senior offering alternative options in the forwards and back line.

- The squad is also largely unchanged from the pre-season friendly between the two sides, with 19 members of this week's team taking to the field at AMT Headingley.

- Ryan Hall, Corey Hall and Yusuf Aydin are the only members of Hull KR's squad who have previously played for Leeds.

- Joe Burgess is the only debutant in the team still waiting to make his Robins debut after his off-season move from Salford.

- Dean Hadley and Matt Parcell are absent this week. Hadley failed a HIA last week, whilst Parcell serves a one match penalty notice.


In brief

- Like their opposition, Rohan Smith has been able to name a similar team to the one that beat Salford last week; Mikolaj Oledzki being the only miss due to a shoulder injury.

- In his place, the Rhinos have been able to bring Tom Nicholson-Watton as an option at prop, who made his first Super League appearance at the end of 2023 against Castleford.

- A major inclusion is also James McDonnell after he missed out on round one.

- The Rhinos are also without David Fusitu'a, Derrell Olpherts, Tom Holroyd, Morgan Gannon and Max Simpson



Round One - Won 22-0 vs Hull FC

Round Two - Vs Rhinos (H)

Round Three - Vs Salford (A)

Round Four - Vs Warrington (H)

Round Five - Vs Huddersfield (A)


Round One - Won 22-16 vs Salford

Round Two - Vs Hull KR (A)

Round Three - Vs Catalans (H)

Round Four - Vs Leigh (A)

Round Five - Vs St Helens (H)

Head to head

Last time out

Hull KR handled the swirling wind and rain the better of the two sides last season as the Rhinos fell to a 20-12 defeat. Luis Roberts and James McDonnell got their first tries in Leeds colours on a disappointing night at Craven Park.

How to follow the action!

Follow the Rhinos on the road

Go on the road with the Rhinos and be at the game tonight!

Fans are encouraged to be quick to snap up late tickets as both tickets and travel are both available up until 3pm today. Please note that tickets for this fixture are physical tickets and can only be collected from AMT Headingley.

Fans can buy via the following methods:

Online- tickets.therhinos.co.uk 

Over the phone- 0371 423 1315 (Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm - Opening Hours) 

In person at Leeds Rhinos Club Shop- Monday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm (Opening Hours) 

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Watch live

Sky Sports have the whole Super League season covered, and tonight's game is available to watch on Sky Sports Main Event and Arena, starting at 7.30pm. Watch live via your Sky subscription or get a day pass for NOW TV at £11.99.

Super League+ also allows subscribers to watch the game in full at a delayed time. Subscribe here.

Listen live

James Deighton and Shaun Lunt have you covered on BBC Radio Leeds - listen via the commentaries page here, or find it on the BBC Sport website.

BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra has you covered from 7.45pm - listen here on BBC Sounds.

Mark Wilson and the crew from Talksport2 have the game from 7.45pm - listen live here.

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