Wigan Warriors' Harrison Hansen out with broken jaw
Wigan Warriors could be without forward Harrison Hansen for up to six weeks after it was confirmed he broke his jaw in Sunday's 42-16 win over St Helens.
Hansen's injury leaves Shaun Wane with a selection headache for their Super League clash against Leeds Rhinos.
Teenage forward Rhodri Lloyd has been drafted into the first-team squad for the trip to Headingley on Friday.
Lee Mossop is banned after pleading guilty to a charge of punching during the derby victory over St Helens.
Gareth Hock and Chris Tuson, as well as Saints' Shaun Magennis, are waiting to discover their punishments after being shown red cards for their involvement in a mass brawl at the Etihad Stadium.
Tuson is facing a possible three-match suspension for a Grade C offence, while Hock could miss two games if found guilty of a lesser Grade B charge.
Wigan are already missing prop forwards Paul Prescott and Ben Flower due to knee and hamstring injuries respectively.