Former England captain Jamie Peacock has been named in Hull KR’s 19-man squad for their crucial Super 8s Qualifiers clash with London Broncos, along with captain Terry Campese.

Peacock, the club’s 38-year-old head of rugby, announced this week he was coming out of retirement to help his injury-hit team in their bid to avoid relegation from First Utility Super League, and he looks set to make his debut in Ealing on Sunday after the club said he came through training in good shape.
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Rovers, who have announced the appointment of Tim Sheens as their new coach for 2017, are also boosted by the return of Campese, who has made just five appearances in his second season with the club and has not played since June because of hamstring trouble.

Vice-captain Graeme Horne, who has played only once since May after struggling with a back problem, is also in interim boss James Webster’s initial squad.

The club have confirmed that scrum-half Albert Kelly remains suspended pending the outcome of talks over his future with Peacock. Kelly’s half-back partner Maurice Blair has been given permission to return to Australia for his brother’s funeral.