TYRONE Roberts and Sita Akauloa are both being considered for Warrington Wolves’ battle with Wigan Warriors on Friday.

Marquee scrum-half signing Roberts has missed the past two games with a niggly knee injury, while former Penrith Panthers powerhouse forward Akauloa is yet to make his debut following shoulder surgery.

But Wolves head coach Steve Price confirmed today he has a fit and healthy squad available, with Joe Philbin’s availability being the only doubt.

Philbin suffered concussion and was withdrawn from the win against Widnes Vikings on Friday following taking the full brunt of a shoulder in the face when flying in to put a hit on Hep Cahill.

“Philbs got a bit of a knock. I liked his intent, he’s playing nice hard aggressive footy,” said Price.

“It was just one of those unfortunate incidents where it went a little bit pear-shaped at the end.

“He trained today and we’ll make a decision later in the week. We pulled up quite well from the game, everyone’s fit and healthy.

“Our whole squad will all come into consideration this week. We had all players fit and healthy on the training pitch today.

“We’ve got our captain’s run on Thursday and I’ve got some tough decisions to make, which is healthy.”

Some coaches can be reluctant to change a winning team, others make selections based on the presented opposition, others choose on a rotation basis.

When asked about his approach, Price said: “I’m a believer in rewarding people who are doing the right things, have a team-first mentality and living our standards.

“There are players who played last week and have been doing a really good job, and there’s quality players who will come into consideration.

“That’s a decision I’m going to have to make some tough calls on.”

Wolves and Wigan, who returned from their mini-tour of Australia yesterday will name their 19-man squads tomorrow.