JAMES Harrison will make his Warrington Wolves debut against Hull FC tomorrow.

Head coach Daryl Powell confirmed in his pre-match press conference this morning that the prop will be in his 17 after recovering from an ACL injury.

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Harrison suffered the serious knee issue while playing for Featherstone Rovers last year but returned to action for the Wire reserves earlier this month.

When asked about the former Leeds Rhinos man's chances of featuring against the Black and Whites, Powell said: “He’ll play.

“He was really impressive for the reserves and with how hard he works, his skillset and how committed he is, I really like him as a player.

“He has tasted Super League before but obviously it’s his first time with us.

“He’s worked super hard to get himself into this position and I’m looking forward to seeing him play.”

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James Harrison will make his Wire debut tomorrow. Picture by Bob Brough

Powell also provided an injury update on prop Kyle Amor and skipper Jack Hughes.

Having featured in both games since joining on loan from St Helens, Amor will miss tomorrow's game with a "minor muscle injury."

Hughes' absence is more long term having suffered a dislocated shoulder in the reverse fixture against Hull on Easter Monday.

Powell said the club captain had "suffered a few setbacks" in his recovery and remains more than a month away from a return.

“We’re not 100 per cent certain with Kyle. It’s potentially a one-game injury but potentially two," he said.

“He’s back running at the moment but he’s not quite right for this week. It’s nothing serious.

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Kyle Amor will miss the game against Hull FC. Picture by PA Wire

“Jack’s had a few set-backs. The shoulder injury he suffered was a pretty bad one and he’s had a little bit of an issue with the wrist he had an operation on earlier in the year.

“It is the shoulder that is keeping him out. He’s probably five or six weeks away but he’s getting there.

“He’s starting to get onto the field a bit and get moving, but he’s still medium term.”

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Jack Hughes has been out for more than two months. Picture by Mike Boden