WARRINGTON Wolves have been given a boost ahead of Thursday's clash with Leeds Rhinos.

They will now have prop James Harrison available for selection for the Round 17 clash at The Halliwell Jones Stadium after their appeal against his one-match suspension was successful.

The Wire confirmed this evening that they had successfully overturned the Grade B dangerous contact charge the England international was handed by this week's Match Review Panel, meaning he can be selected by Sam Burgess for the Rhinos' visit.

Harrison was charged with late contact on the passer during the first half of Friday's 48-0 victory over Huddersfield Giants.

However, he was named in Burgess' 21-man squad for Thursday's game earlier this afternoon - an indication of the club's intention to contest the decision.

Upon their success at tonight's Operational Rules Tribunal, the charge has now been wiped from Harrison's record.

Before this, he had just one previous disciplinary charge on his record since joining the club from Featherstone Rovers ahead of the 2022 season - he served a two-match ban for a "hip drop" tackle that saw him sin-binned in a defeat at Castleford Tigers last July.