Hull KR's Willie Peters delivers Oliver GIldart, Elliot Minchella and James Batchelor verdicts

Hull KR will discover the extent of Oliver Gildart's knee injury in the next 24 hours - but Willie Peters has admitted that the centre may be facing a spell on the sidelines.

Gildart had to withdraw before Rovers' victory over St Helens after suffering an injury in the warm-up. The England international was visibly disappointed as he headed down the tunnel and he has now had scans to determine the severity of the setback.

He has not been included in the club's 21-man squad to face Warrington Wolves on Thursday and while Rovers remain hopeful, it appears that he is set for another period in the treatment room after a neck injury saw him miss four games.

“We’re just waiting for scans with Oli, just to confirm what it will be," Peters said. “So yeah, we’re hoping that we’ll find out this afternoon. If not, it’ll be early tomorrow morning. There’s a possibility (he'll be out for a while). We’ll know more this afternoon or tomorrow.”

James Batchelor and Elliot Minchella both came off during the victory, with Peters indicating the Roers captain was more of a doubt of the two.

"He's okay," Peters said on Batchelor. "He got poked in the eye and had blurred vision. It’s settling down. Same with Mini, we need to wait until pretty much tomorrow and make a decision on that, and then we’ll work out who will go over and play Warrington. We’ve named him in the squad at the moment but we we need to probably look at another 24 hours before we make a final decision.

“He’s named in the squad so there’s a potential chance he’ll play, but we’ll know more in the next 24 hours. We’ll know more tomorrow once we do some more testing with them.”

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