Popular forward Danny Langtree makes a welcome return for the trip to Sheffield Eagles after being out injured for over two months.

The former Oldham packman was an instant hit with the supporters but tore his bicep in the game with York on June 2nd.

A successful operation followed and he is back up and running.

French wonder boy Hakim Miloudi also returns after his one match suspension following his sin binning during the defeat at the hands of Halifax.

Miloudi will come into the side at centre replacing Matty Costello who has been re-called by parent club Salford.

Also returning to the AJ Bell stadium is forward Greg Burke after just one game in a Barrow shirt.

Costello has been a big asset for Barrow in his loan spell, but the Red Devils were always going to call him back.

Miloudi is joined in the squad by Tom Hopkins who missed the Whitehaven game with tonsillitis, while Shane Toal is on call after missing two games.

Try sensation Tee Ritson will face a late fitness test after picking up a foot injury against Haven.

Gary Wheeler is unavailable; he is to have a scan on a chest injury but otherwise a strong squad will be on duty at the Olympic Legacy Park with a 2pm kick off.

Paul Crarey is preparing for a tough few weeks ahead. The Barrow boss said “Despite Sheffield only winning seven games so far this season they are a good team and ran Batley so close last week (18-20)

They have had their fair share of injuries but are getting players back.

We have Bradford at home next week followed by away games Widnes in the Summer Bash (At Headingley) along with Leigh and Batley.

Then we have Featherstone at home.”

Barrow registered their eleventh win out of 18 against Whitehaven with a five-star performance scoring some spectacular


Which impressed Crarey who added: “That win was tremendous for us, we had a good review this week on video and though it was a brilliant performance there were one or two things we picked up on.

“But as a Coaching staff we are very happy and it’s good for us to be looking down on other clubs rather than looking up from a relegation point.

“We have a good environment at the club with everyone stepping up to the mark. Some weeks we make changes and those that step in all do a good job everyone is enjoying themselves.”