WARRINGTON Wolves head coach Steve Price has a number of players back in the reckoning this week.

Skipper Chris Hill, fellow prop Mike Cooper, half-backs Tyrone Roberts and Kevin Brown as well as Tongan powerhouse Ben Murdoch-Masila are all back into contention for The Wire's clash with St Helens.

All five players missed Friday's 26-6 defeat to Wigan Warriors through a combination of injury and suspension, but are all available once again to Price.

"We’re in pretty good shape. A few blokes will come back into consideration this weekend," the Wire boss said.

"Tyrone Roberts, Kev Brown, Chris Hill, Mike Cooper and Ben Murdoch-Masila are all available again.

"We’ll know more after captain’s run on Friday, but everyone trained today so that’s a positive sign."

Price stopped short of confirming who would replace the suspended Tom Lineham on the left wing, but Bryson Goodwin appears to be favourite after slotting in there while the 'Flying Pig' spent costly time in the sin bin against the Warriors.

He also said he is confident the club had "a strong case" in their appeal against the three-match penalty notice handed to Lineham, which has been adjourned until next week.

READ: The latest on the appeal against Lineham's ban

"We’re still tinkering with a few things at the moment.

"I’ll make a final decision on Friday, but I’m confident that whoever I put out there will do a good job.

"Bryson would not let us down, but neither would a few other options we’re considering.

"It’s not a major issue for us, whoever we put out there will have a red hot crack.

"Tom’s been adjourned until next week and we’ll leave it until then.

"We’re confident we’ll put a good case forward. It’s up to the powers-that-be to adjudicate after that."