|Venue: Mend-A-Hose Jungle Date: Thursday, 16 September Kick-off: 19:45 BST Protection: Updates on BBC native radio and stay scores on the BBC Sport web site|
Castleford boss Daryl Powell says their match in opposition to Warrington shall be emotional as he takes cost of his last dwelling recreation for the membership.
The 56-year-old will depart on the finish of the season and can tackle the job as Warrington’s subsequent coach.
Cas should win in Thursday’s match in opposition to the Wire to seal a Tremendous League play-off place.
“I’ve loved each minute of it however I’ve simply received be sure that this is not the top,” he informed BBC Radio Leeds.
“There is no doubt there shall be some emotional bits. I’ve taken a stroll across the stadium alone [this week] and in some unspecified time in the future it hits you that that is it.
“I keep in mind after I first got here right here individuals stated all they wished to see was gamers attempting. I at all times felt we might obtain a good bit greater than that.”
Throughout his time with Cas, Powell has turned their fortunes round, with the crew battling on the incorrect finish of the desk upon his arrival.
Since then, Powell has taken the membership to the League Leaders’ Defend, their first Tremendous League Grand Ultimate in addition to this yr’s Problem Cup last.
“Each place is completely different and has its personal environment. The gang could be very near the sector right here and there is an depth about Castleford individuals’s really feel for rugby league,” he added.
“It is an incredible place for rugby league and to be and really feel the environment and I will miss it that is for positive.”
The match is the top of an period at Castleford, with quite a lot of gamers additionally that includes at dwelling for the ultimate time.
Grant Millington and Michael Shenton will retire on the finish of the season and can play of their last video games at The Jungle.
In the meantime, Oliver Holmes, Jesse Sene-Lefao, Peter Mata’utia and Alex Foster are all shifting on for 2022.
The visiting Wolves deliver Mike Cooper and Joe Philbin again into their squad for the journey throughout the Pennines.
Toby King and Matt Davis miss out by way of damage nevertheless Tom Lineham returns from suspension.
Castleford (from): Evalds, Olpherts, Mata’utia, Shenton, Richardson, Watts, McShane, Millington, Blair, Milner, Massey, Griffin, Foster, Hepi, Clare, Sene-Lefao, Smith, Matagi, Turner, Bienek, O’Brien.
Warrington (from): Akauola, Ashton, Austin, Charnley, J Clark, Cooper, Currie, Doro, Hill, Hughes, Lineham, Longstaff, Mamo, Mulhern, Ratchford, Thewlis, Whitehead, Widdop, Williams, Wrench.
Referee: L. Moore.