The NSW Blues have been named for the first game of the 2017 #Origin series.
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David and Paul March are set to play for Wakefield in the Challenge Cup fifth round as the Wildcats attempt to reverse an horrendous run of form.
Wakefield have taken a point from their last six games and coach John Kear has promised "six or seven" changes.
For Bradford, Glenn Morrison, Marcus St Hilaire, Chris McKenna and Chris Feather are all fit again.
Bulls coach Steve McNamara says his side have recovered from last week's controversial loss to Leeds.
Bradford were denied victory after a series of refereeing blunders but McNamara said: "From a team and a coaching point of view we have put last week's disappointment behind us.
"We have analysed the game, as we do every week, and seen what we did right and did wrong and it's gone now."
Wakefield v Bradford Challenge Cup Sunday, 13 May, 1400 BST Belle Vue
Wakefield (from): Reardon, Fa'afili, Martin Gleeson, Johnson, Grose, Briers, Leikvoll, Clarke, Rauhihi, Morley, Westwood, Anderson, Gleeson, Parker, Barnett, Pickersgill, Bracek, Harrison, Wainwright, Riley
Bradford (from): St Hilaire, McAvoy, B Harris, Vainikolo, I Harris, Deacon (capt), Vagana, Newton, Lynch, McKenna, Morrison, Langley, Feather, Cook, Henderson, Evans, Burgess, Platt, Halley, Solomona