KEY play maker Jarrod Sammut has been given the green light to face York City Knights before Premier Sports cameras at Craven Park tonight (Kick off 7.45pm).

The Maltese international was stretchered off and taken to hospital after a collision at Halifax last Sunday.

Sammut was in the process of trying to cross the line for a try when he was hit heavily in a tackle. Nothing was revealed in a scan and he will line up for the Raider against the in form Knights.

Also back is goal kicking star Ryan Shaw who has missed several games recently through injury, he will partner Gary Wheeler in the centre berths.

Making a quick return on loan from Salford is forward Jack Wells whose first appearance was in the fine 34-24 win at Widnes back in March.

That game was on Premier Sports while also before BBC cameras, Barrow went down gallantly 30-16 against Super Leagues Huddersfield, so the players won’t be camera shy.

York are the team in form with just two league defeats against promotion rivals Leigh and Featherstone, but were well beaten at Whitehaven in the Challenge cup.

But it wasn’t a repeat result last weekend when the Knights beat Haven 30-12 at home.

Coach Paul Crarey is pleased to have Wells back on board. He said: “We need cover up front and Jack fits the bill and along with another loan player Sam Eshe from Wakefield two strong lads.

“It is going to be a tough game, they are going well at present and have spent a lot of money this season. We have performed well on TV this year, excellent in fact, so lets hope it continues and we have over 2,000 in the ground.

“We have to get back on track after two hefty defeats at Featherstone and Halifax, we looked a little fatigued in both games that are always tough in Yorkshire.

“Then again we did score four tries at Halifax through good rugby despite being short of substitutes in the second half with players off the field and unable to return.”

Crarey will decide who partners Sammut at half back. Jake Carter has stepped up to the mark recently despite carrying niggling injuries while Ryan Johnston could return after a groin injury.

Ellis Gillam is in the frame after passing a test on a calf problem the same for Danny Langtree who took a knock to the top of his arm. Warhorse Carl Forster is hoping to be in the fold after not feeling well throughout the week while

Ethan Kelly has returned to Millom but will be on call if required.