Castleford Tigers v Widnes Vikings: Super 8s preview
Last Updated: 23/09/16 5:03pm
Luke Dorn has been handed the Castleford captaincy for his final Tigers appearance against Widnes on Sunday.
The Australian full-back will hang up his boots after Castleford's final Super 8s fixture and admits it will be an emotional farewell at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle.
"I'm most excited that I get to play my last game at home in front of our fans," Dorn told the club's website.
"The people of Castleford are incredible, it makes me feel good that I've had an impact on them and they've certainly had an impact on me.
"It's going to be sad to say goodbye but I am just glad I get to do it in front of them. In my life, they have helped me shape the person I have become and I'm looking forward to us all celebrating that last moment together on Sunday."
Castleford have stand-off Rangi Chase back from suspension but will be without prop Larne Patrick after he underwent ankle surgery.
Widnes will give a Super League debut to Ted Chapelhow alongside twin brother Jay while winger Ryan Ince will make his second Vikings appearance.
Tom Gilmore deputises at stand-off for suspended skipper Kevin Brown while forwards Hep Cahill and Gil Dudson, who were dropped for the defeat by St Helens, are recalled in place of Greg Burke and Jack Buchanan.
Castleford Tigers: Rangi Chase, Matt Cook, Ben Crooks, Brandon Douglas, Luke Dorn, Conor Fitzsimmons, Paddy Flynn, Luke Gale, Ryan Hampshire, Oliver Holmes, Mike McMeeken, Paul McShane, Will Maher, Adam Milner, Greg Minikin, Andre Savelio, Denny Solomona, Gadwin Springer, Jake Webster.
Widnes Vikings: Patrick Ah Van, Hep Cahill, Jay Chapelhow, Ted Chapelhow, Chris Dean, Gil Dudson, Connor Farrell, Tom Gilmore, Rhys Hanbury, Aaron Heremaia, Ryan Ince, Jordon Johnstone, Macgraff Leuluai, Manase Manuokafoa, Joe Mellor, Charly Runciman, Corey Thompson, Lloyd White, Matt Whitley.