DARYL Powell has hinted there will not be too many changes to the Warrington Wolves side that faces Leeds Rhinos tomorrow.

However, one alteration that does appear likely is Kyle Amor coming in for his debut – but who drops out in order to make that happen?

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Wolves reporter Matt Turner assesses the options and makes his prediction…

LAST time out, Warrington Wolves took quite a few steps forward in terms of performance despite being edged out by St Helens.

Given how his side fared particularly in defence against the league leaders, it would be a surprise if Daryl Powell changed much in terms of his selection.

Indeed, he has already hinted that his 1-6-7-9 spine will remain the same, and will do so for some time.

Gareth Widdop shone having been moved to full-back and it looks like he’ll get an extended run at number one despite Josh Thewlis returning from injury.

Warrington Guardian:

Gareth Widdop looks set for another run at full-back against Leeds. Picture by SWPix.com

What he will want to see is more composure and control from George Williams and Stefan Ratchford in the halves.

In the past two games with Ratchford and Williams at six and seven, The Wire have struggled to create openings close to the opposition line so Powell will hope that with time, that will improve.

Perhaps the biggest decision for the head coach is how to get Kyle Amor into his 17.

The veteran prop is expected to make his debut having joined on loan from St Helens and that appears likely to be off the bench.

Warrington Guardian:

Kyle Amor looks set for his debut. Picture by Warrington Wolves

I can see Jason Clark being the man to miss out, with Danny Walker also coming in for Matt Davis.

The other slight swap I can see is in the starting front row – although Joe Philbin put in arguably his best display of the season against Saints from the start, I reckon Robbie Mulhern will come back in alongside Mike Cooper.

Amor’s presence probably means shorter, sharper and hopefully more impactful stints for all five middle unit options.

Predicted Warrington Wolves team to face Leeds Rhinos

Widdop; Wrench, Mata’utia, King, Ashton; Ratchford, Williams; Mulhern, D Clark, Cooper, Holmes, Currie, Magoulias.

Subs: Amor, Philbin, Bullock, Walker