SQUAD NEWS: Roy Asotasi and Anthony England in line for Warrington Wolves debuts against Leigh Centurions

SQUAD NEWS: Asotasi and England in line for debuts against Leigh

Roy Asotasi during his days with the Bunnies

Anthony England on the charge for Featherstone Rovers

First published in Wolves news

NEW prop signings Roy Asotasi and Anthony England could both make their Warrington Wolves debuts on Sunday.

Both have been named in a 22-man squad for the friendly against Leigh Centurions at Leigh Sports Village.

Former New Zealand captain Asotasi has joined the club from South Sydney Rabbitohs, while ex-Featherstone Rovers front rower England is looking to follow in the footsteps of Chris Hill by succeeding in Super League after stepping up from the Championship.

For England, it would be his first game since shoulder reconstruction surgery last summer.

They are joined by Stefan Ratchford, who is set to make his comeback after injury in the Grand Final defeat to Wigan Warriors last October.

Other players with Super League experience in the mix for Sunday are Micky Higham, Danny Bridge, Ben Currie, Brad Dwyer, Ben Evans, Rhys Evans, James Laithwaite, Gareth O'Brien, Kevin Penny and Glenn Riley.

Wolves squad to face Leigh Centurions at Leigh Sports Village on Sunday, kick off 3pm: Andy Ackers, Roy Asotasi, Danny Bridge, Jordan Burke, Ben Currie, Brad Dwyer, Anthony England, Ben Evans, Rhys Evans, Micky Higham, Jack Johnson, George King, Toby King, James Laithwaite, Gareth O’Brien, Gene Ormsby, Kevin Penny, Joe Philbin, Stefan Ratchford, Glenn Riley, Ryan Shaw, Tom Walker.

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