French duo Hakim Miloudi and Mathieu Cozza both miss the clash with Whitehaven at Craven Park (3pm) while the West Cumbrians are also minus their French duo Corentin Le Cam and Cesar Rouge.

Three have returned to parent club Catalan Dragons while Miloudi sits out a one match ban.

However, on the plus side Matty Costello is back on loan from Salford along with experienced forward Greg Burke.

Costello was recalled by the Red Devils last week and featured off the bench in the win over Warrington.

Burke who has featured on seven occasions this season for Salford is back in action following injury, and the Devils Coach Paul Rowley is happy to see the 6' 1, 17 stone forward getting game time under his belt.

The duo are welcomed by Coach Paul Crarey who said “It’s good to have Matty (Costello) back as well as Greg (Burke). Greg is a good all-round forward in the mould of Carl Forster, he loves to take the ball up and is a good off-loader.

Paul Rowley is a very good friend, and if needed he is always willing to help out.”

Burke will add more power up front and has massive experience at Super-League level, 42 appearances for home town club Wigan, 39 and over fifty for Salford where he was handed the number ten shirt this season.

He has also played 39 games for Widnes in the Championship.

Burke featured for Salford in the Challenge cup final in 2020 losing to Leeds and also in the Grand Final defeat at the hands of St Helens in 2019.

Barrow go into the game on the back off a great 24-16 win at third placed York while Haven almost pulled off a shock win at Batley (26-26)

Crarey welcomes back Carl Forster who he describes as a great leader-having sat out the win at York with a niggling injury, Shane Toal who was unavailable is also added to the squad.

Meanwhile forward Danny Langtree is making good progress following an operation on a bicep injury, he could be back in action in two weeks when Bradford are the visitors to Craven Park.

Walney born Luke Broadbent is set to keep the full back position for Haven following in the footsteps of Dad-Gary who shone for both Haven and Barrow in the number one shirt.

Luke is on loan from Warrington.

Encounters with Haven are always difficult who have smart players in skipper and half back Karl Dixon, Australian Ryan King plus Dion Ayre and hooker Cain Robb. Former Barrow players also feature Andrew Dawson and Perry Singleton.