Super League: Dan Sergenson’s Surprise Return A Boost for the Salford Red Devils

Dan Serginson returns to Salford’s 21-man squad for Wakefield tour

The Surford Red Devils will be encouraged by Dan Surgenson’s surprise return to the squad to head to Wakefield Trinity on Sunday afternoon.

The Red Devils are aiming for their fourth win of the betfred Super League season against the recently revived West Yorkshire outfit.

Sarginson joins Ken CO, Sam Luckley and Amir Boroh to return to the Salford squad after dropping out James Greenwood, Danny Addy and Jack Wells.

Wakefield will make just one change to their squad, with Tom Johnston returning to the squad after last week’s win over the Warrington Wolves in the Bethfred Challenge Cup.

Despite a big Challenge Cup quarter-final clash just a week away for Trinity, head coach Willie Poaching is focused on getting points against Salford.

“It’s not the whole year where we haven’t been rewarded for our efforts, but if you have been fighting for a long time and continue and believe in the processes and trust each other, you will be rewarded,” Poching said.

Wakefield's Corey Hall (R) is to be congratulated for an attempt against FC

Wakefield’s Corey Hall (R) is to be congratulated for an attempt against FC

“Momentum can stop just like that and we are aware of that, but our focus is on Salford and we will do our best and prepare as much as possible for that game.

“Then we’ll go home to Wigan, which is a big one, so hopefully we can do the right thing next week and see what Wigan will bring next.”

Salford sit three places higher than Wakefield in the Super League table, but Devils head coach Paul Rowley knows they are facing a formless team.

Highlights of the Super League match between the Warrington Wolves and Wakefield Trinity.

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Highlights of the Super League match between the Warrington Wolves and Wakefield Trinity.

Highlights of the Super League match between the Warrington Wolves and Wakefield Trinity.

“It’s going to be a great game,” Rowley said. “They have a good side and a good coach and you only have to look at the starting 17 as good as any of them.

“They had two fantastic results against Warrington so we are against it but we are ready for the challenge.”

Named Squad

Wakefield Trinity: Max Jowitt, Tom Johnstone, Reece Lyne, Jacob Miller, Mason Lino, Eddie Battye, Liam Hood, Tinirau Arona, Matty Ashurst, Kelepi Tanginoa, Jay Pitts, Jordy Crowther, Jai Whitbread, James Batchelor, Liam Kay, Brad Walker, Yusuf Aydin , Sadiq Adebiyi, Harry Bowes, Corey Hall, David Fifita.

Salford Red Devils: Ryan Briarley, Ken CO, Tim Lafaye, Joe Burgess, Brady Croft, Mark Snead, Sitaleki Akaola, Andy Ackers, Greg Burke, Eliza Taylor, King Bhuniyawa, Ryan Lannon, Chris Atkin, Jack Ormondroid, Josh Johnson, . , Dion Cross, Sam Luckley, Amir Boroh, Alex Gerard.

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