JACQUES O'Neill has the chance of making his Super League debut tomorrow night after being named in Castleford Tigers' 19-man squad for their televised match away to Hull FC.

The hooker from Askam has missed some time training with the Tigers due to appendicitis, but is now back training with the first team and could feature at the KCOM Stadium after being called into the squad by head coach Daryl Powell.

O'Neill and fellow Castleford youth product Tuoyo Egodo have both been named as part of the 19 by Powell due to injuries suffered by Mike McMeeken, who is sidelined due to concussion protocols, and Matt Cook.

If O'Neill does play, he is likely to be backing up hooker Paul McShane off the interchange bench.

"There's a couple of changes in there, but we're not far off," said Powell.

"I thought Alex Foster did a great job in the back row when he came on for Mike so he will take that role again.

"The bench will change a little bit. We've got Mitch Clark to come in and Ben Roberts is fit and available so I'll make a call on the bench."

Should he play, it would be another big moment in the career of O'Neill, who made his professional bow towards the end of the 2018 season after being loaned to Leigh Centurions for the Championship Shield final against Featherstone Rovers due to them suffering a player shortage.