PROP James Harrison could make his first-team debut for Warrington Wolves against Hull FC on Friday.

Signed from Featherstone Rovers for this season, Harrison suffered an ACL injury before making the move to The Wire but made his return for the reserves against Wigan Warriors on June 11.

He is named in a Warrington squad that shows two changes from the defeat at Wakefield Trinity last time out, with Peter Mata'utia returning from suspension.

Thomas Mikaele looks set for his home debut having made his bow at Wakefield but fellow mid-season recruit Kyle Amor is not included in the 21 - it is believed the on-loan St Helens man has a minor muscle problem.

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Kyle Amor will not feature against Hull FC having played in both games since joining on loan from St Helens. Picture by

With Amor absent, Harrison looks set to compete with Joe Bullock for the vacant bench spot.

Like Harrison, fellow pre-season signing Greg Minikin also made his comeback from an ACL injury in the last reserves game but he is thought to need more time before a first-team return - he appears set to feature again for the second string against Hull KR on Saturday.

The only known injury concern is skipper Jack Hughes, who continues to recover from a dislocated shoulder.

Wire squad: Matty Ashton, Joe Bullock, Daryl Clark, Jason Clark, Mike Cooper, Ben Currie, Matt Davis, James Harrison, Oliver Holmes, Toby King, Ellis Longstaff, Peter Mata'utia, Thomas Mikaele, Robbie Mulhern, Joe Philbin, Stefan Ratchford, Josh Thewlis, Danny Walker, Gareth Widdop, George Williams, Connor Wrench

Marquee half-back Josh Reynolds is not included in the Hull FC squad as he is in discussions regarding an immediate release from his contract with the Black and Whites.

Head coach and former Wire star Brett Hodgson is also without Carlos Tuimavave and Jordan Johnstone through injury as well as long-term absentees Jake Connor, Ben McNamara, Joe Cator and ex-Wolves man Andre Savelio.

However, Hull are able to welcome prop Scott Taylor back from suspension:

Hull squad: Adam Swift, Josh Griffin, Darnell McIntosh, Luke Gale, Ligi Sao, Danny Houghton, Chris Satae, Manu Ma’u, Jordan Lane, Joe Lovodua, Kane Evans, Brad Fash, Jack Brown, Connor Wynne, Cameron Scott, Mitieli Vulikijapani, Jacob Hookem, Aidan Burrell, Jamie Shaul, Scott Taylor, Davy Litten