DARYL Clark looks set to lose his place in the Great Britain side for tomorrow's tour-ending clash with Papua New Guinea.

The Warrington Wolves hooker - one of only three Lions players to score a try on this tour - is listed as 19th man in Wayne Bennett's final, reduced squad for the game in Port Moresby.

Wigan's George Williams is named on the bench and looks set for his Great Britain debut.

However, Joe Philbin has recovered sufficiently from a hamstring injury to be named among the interchanges.

Wire stand-off Blake Austin remains as a makeshift winger, with Jack Hughes continuing in the centres.

As they have done for the previous three tour matches, Gareth Widdop and Chris Hill look set to start at stand-off and prop respectively.

Great Britain 19-man squad to face Papua New Guinea:

Jonny Lomax; Jermaine McGillvary, Jack Hughes, Jake Connor, Blake Austin; Gareth Widdop, Jackson Hastings; Chris Hill, Josh Hodgson, Tom Burgess, John Bateman, Elliot Whitehead, James Graham (captain). Subs (from): Luke Thompson, George Williams, Joe Philbin, Alex Walmsley, Josh Jones, Daryl Clark