WARRINGTON Wolves will not be appealing the one-match suspension handed to prop Mike Cooper.

The high tackle on Castleford's Liam Watts that saw Cooper sent off during The Wire's 40-24 at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle was rated at Grade B by the Match Review Panel.

As a result, he is ruled out of Friday's play-off eliminator against Hull Kingston Rovers at The Halliwell Jones Stadium.

In his pre-match press conference this afternoon, head coach Steve Price confirmed that although they felt they had a strong case to appeal the suspension, he and Cooper have decided to accept the ban.

"I thought we had a really good case, to be honest, but myself and Mike have decided to accept the ban," he said.

"Whoever will come in for Mike, I’m confident they will do a really good job for us."

Cooper aside, The Wire have a fully fit and available squad to choose from for their clash with the Robins.

Price confirmed that hookers Daryl Clark and Danny Walker would come back into the fold after stomach and ankle injuries respectively, with centre Toby King returning from a shoulder problem.

"We’ve got a full squad available, the only one who will miss out is Mike but apart from him, everyone is available for selection which is unreal at this time of year," he said.

"It’s a credit to our high performance staff and players.

"There’s a lot of hard work that goes into it but at the back end of the season, you need a bit of luck in that respect too."