Hull KR have recalled full-back Greg Eden from his loan spell at Salford after losing his replacement, Ben Cockayne, with a serious knee injury.
Cockayne, who has made a successful switch to full-back from the wing, is set to be miss most of the rest of the season after picking up the injury in Sunday's 54-12 defeat at Castleford.
Eden has made five appearances for the Red Devils and, although his initial one-month loan spell was extended, Rovers retained the right to recall him at any time.
Hull KR's heavy defeat at Castleford proved particularly costly, with prop Michael Weyman sent off and subsequently banned for two matches for abusing the referee and second rowers Kevin Larroyer and Jordan Cox both sustaining fractured ankles.
Hull KR will be looking forward to a bumper crowd at Thursday's game against Hull FC - and not just because it's a derby.
The club has increased the capacity of the KC Lightstream Stadium by around 700.
Now, 12,255 fans will be cheering on the teams in one of Super League's fiercest rivalries.
The Robins' CEO Mike Smith said: "After reaching a near capacity crowd for the opening game of the season we wanted to look at where we could increase the capacity even further.
"We’ve made no secret of the fact we are an ambitious club with regards to our off the field development and we want to target two to three games a season where we have big capacity crowds so this is an important step in fulfilling that strategy."
New Hull KR signing Wayne Ulugia says he is looking forward to the competition of the Super League.
The winger signed for Hull after coming through the ranks at the North Queensland Cowboys.
However, the Townsville club parted company with him just before the start of the current campaign for disciplinary reasons.
"I made a few rookie errors and that taught me a lot about life and football," he said. "I've come over to Hull KR as I was told by good friends that it's a good family club with a close bunch of players.
"It's a fresh start for me and I feel that I have a lot to give to the game. The plan is to do that at Hull KR and myself and my family are really looking forward to being happy over here.
"I've watched a few games and to tell you the truth, I don't think there is a lot of difference between the NRL and Super League.
"People back in Australia say that the competition over here isn't up to the standard of the NRL but I disagree. I think it's pretty similar and I'm looking forward to having the opportunity to experience Super League footy."
Hull KR have signed Junior Kiwi Wayne Ulugia following his release by North Queensland Cowboys.
The 21-year-old Auckland-born winger has signed a contract to the end of the 2015 season and could get an early debut in the absence of injured threequarters David Hodgson and Sean Gleeson.
"Wayne is a player who I've watched coming through the ranks at North Queensland Cowboys," Rovers coach Craig Sandercock said.
"He's also played for the Junior Kiwis and is a good, young talent with a lot of potential whom I'm looking forward to working with. We believe he'll be an asset to our squad going forward and are delighted to have him on board."
Ulugia, who can also play centre and full-back, broke into the Cowboys team towards the end of last season when he scored six tries in four appearances, including a hat-trick against Wests Tigers.
Hull KR coach Craig Sandercock makes two changes to the side that beat Bradford, bringing in forwards Rhys Lovegrove and Jason Netherton for the suspended Justin Poore and the injured Jamie Langley.
Wakefield have loose forward Danny Washbrook back from a two-match absence with a calf strain and centre Dean Collis returns to take the place of Jimmy Keinhorst, who aggravated a hamstring injury in the defeat by St Helens.
The Rugby Football League has responded to criticism from the Hull KR chairman Neil Hudgell.
Mr. Hudgell wrote an open letter to the League's review panel demanding they stand down over what he described as "inconsistent decisions".
The RFL issued the following response today.
Rugby League’s disciplinary process is the envy of many other major sports and is held in high regard for its transparency, consistency and fairness. The sport has long been in the vanguard for its readiness to embrace technology and the use of video replays, both during and after games, means player are more accountable for their actions than ever before. The individuals involved on the Match Review Panel and disciplinary Tribunals all bring considerable expertise, including experience on the playing field at international level, to the process.
That tribunal process is totally independent and constantly reviewed: the RFL is in regular contact with club coaches, players and others to ensure our disciplinary systems are as fair, consistent and effective as they can be. We remain committed to improving the system wherever we can.
– Blake Solly,RFL Director of Standards and Licensing