WAKEFIELD Trinity Wildcats will be hoping prop Kyle Amor doesn’t face another lengthy spell on the sidelines with a hand injury.
Amor suffered a knock to his hand in Wakefield’s 32-22 victory over Catalans Dragons on Sunday - the same hand he broke earlier in the season.
He’ll have an x-ray to view the extent of the injury this week and will be hoping to get the all-clear after missing four of Wakefield’s seven games so far this term.
“Kyle Amor is going for his hand x-raying, which is the one that he broke in round one at Widnes,” said Wildcats head coach Richard Agar.
“Dean Collis’s hamstring tightened up, he missed last week with a tight hamstring and it tightened up a little again so we were worried about taking too many risks with that, we didn’t want to push him over the edge.”
Amor broke his hand in Wakefield’s opening-day win at Widnes Vikings and was ruled out until the clash at Warrington Wolves.
Agar also revealed Danny Kirmond suffered a knock in the first half of Sunday’s game but he should be fine to play against London Broncos on Saturday.
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