Castleford have ex-Wigan prop Danny Sculthorpe making his comeback from a broken thumb against Warrington at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
The 26-year-old brother of Great Britain skipper Paul Sculthorpe created a favourable impression at the start of the season, helping the newly-promoted Tigers to three wins from their first six games.
But they won just two of their eight matches in Sculthorpe�s absence and coach Terry Matterson is looking forward to the return of the ball-playing prop.
�He could have played last time but he has been out for 10 weeks and I just thought with the extra week off we�d make sure,� he said.
�We had to be careful with him and ease him back a little. He�s a vital part of our team.
�He is experienced and he gives us a lot of other options. His aggression is really good for us as well. He�s a popular member of the team and it�s good to have him back.�
Castleford lost 64-6 at home to the Wolves over Easter but Matterson is hoping some of the success of rugby league�s most decorated player can rub off o to his players.
Wigan and Great Britain legend Shaun Edwards, now coach of top union side Wasps, spent a day with the Tigers this week.
�He came to look at us train and have a look how we operate,� said Matterson, a former London Broncos team-mate of Edwards. �He�s always looking for new ideas.
�It�s certainly not going to hurt. I respect his knowledge and his ability.�
Warrington also had a pep talk from a famous name this week when former world heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield visited the Halliwell-Jones Stadium.
The four-times world champion was in town on a whistle-stop tour of the area and spoke to the players and coaching staff.
Warrington v Castleford, Halliwell Jones Stadium, Sunday May 28
Warrington 18-man: Grose, M. Gleeson, Barnett, Sullivan, Reardon, Fa�afili, Wood, Briers, Clarke, Hilton, Swann, Wainwright, Grix, Westwood, Pickersgill, Lima, M. Gleeson, Bracek.
Castleford 18-man: Platt, Pryce, Shenton, Blanch, Handforth, Sculthorpe, Henderson, Nutley, Roarty, Bird, Huby, Whitaker, Viane, Fa�aoso, Manu, McGoldrick, Ward, Lupton.
Ref: R Laughton