Willie Peters opts for Hull KR squad rotation in London Broncos trip

Willie Peters has rung in the changes for Hull KR's trip to London Broncos. Three changes have been made in total in a move that has seen a number of players make positional move.

The headline is the inclusion of Danny Richardson, who comes in for his Robins debut following his loan move from Castleford Tigers. He has essentially taken the place of Jez Litten, who is not included in the matchday squad at all. Litten, who also didn't played against the Broncos last time out, is replaced in the starting line-up by Matt Parcell, who scored a hat-trick the last time these two teams met.

Elsewhere, Jack Broadbent is selected as the man to replace Joe Burgess, who misses due to his failed head injury assessment last week. Despite that, there's no place for Tom Opacic, who is replaced in the centres by James Batchelor, who has been used in the back-row all season. Opacic is replaced by Matty Storton, who plays from the bench, with Kelepi Tanginoa starting in the back-row.

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It's otherwise unchanged, with both Dean Hadley and Tanginoa playing despite being forced off through injury last week. Peters' side will go fourth in Super League if they can beat London, who are currently bottom of the table.

Hull KR : Peta Hiku, Jack Broadbent, Peta Hiku, James Batchelor, Ryan Hall, Tyrone May, Mikey Lewis, Sauaso Sue, Matt Parcell, Jai Whitbread, Dean Hadley, Kelepi Tanginoa, Elliot Minchella. Subs: George King, Matty Storton, Sam Luckley, Danny Richardson.