WARRINGTON Wolves will be looking to follow up their win in France when they take on Hull KR today.

Here's everything you need to know about the game at The Halliwell Jones Stadium...

What time is kick off?

The match gets underway at 1pm.

Can I watch on TV?

Sky Sports have not selected the game for live coverage, but the match is being streamed on OurLeague exclusively for 2021 members of both clubs.

You can follow all the action as it happens live on the Warrington Guardian website, with 'Matchday Live' getting underway from 11.15am.

What is the latest team news?

The one change Steve Price has made to his 21-man squad is a significant one.

Australian legend Greg Inglis is finally ready to make his debut and will be in the Wire 17. He has replaced Connor Wrench in the squad.

Greg Inglis will make his Warrington Wolves debut today. Picture by Mike Boden

Greg Inglis will make his Warrington Wolves debut today. Picture by Mike Boden

Tom Lineham remains suspended – he serves the final game of a three-match ban today.

> Where will GI fit into the 17? We predict the Warrington Wolves line-up here

Hull KR head coach and former Wire boss Tony Smith has welcomed forward Korbin Sims and outside backs Greg Minikin and Ben Crooks back into the fold but will be missing prop Albert Vete, who has a hamstring injury.

Who is the referee?

Scott Mikalauskas will take charge of today's game.

Scott Mikalauskas will referee todays game. Picture by SWPix.com

Scott Mikalauskas will referee today's game. Picture by SWPix.com

What are the pre-match odds?

The Wire are odds-on favourites for victory with competition sponsors Betfred, with a Wire win available at 1-4.

Hull KR are 7-2 to claim a third win in a row, with the draw after 80 minutes rated at 25-1.

Warrington are 9-4 to win by a margin of between one and 12 points and 10-11 to win by 13 points or more.

By contrast, a Rovers win by 1-12 is listed at 9-2 and 13+ is 11-1.