WIDNES Vikings could have some key players back when they travel to Wakefield Trinity on Sunday looking to halt a 10-match losing league run.

Krisnan Inu, Gil Dudson and Macgraff Leuluai are all back in training — although coach Francis Cummins said it would be a late call.

Stef Marsh is also fit again, after being a late withdrawal from last Thursday’s game after suffering the effects of a bug.

They will, however, be without Chris Houston who was handed a two-match ban for ‘disputing the decision of the referee in an unnecessary manner and against the spirit of the game’ at Salford.

Cummins will also have decisions to make - starting at full back, where he gave Danny Craven a shot ahead of Rhys Hanbury last week.

Cummins said: “Danny got an opportunity and we will see which way it goes this week.

“Nobody at the moment has really grabbed hold of that position and it is up for grabs.”

Performance-wise Cummins understands that the anxiety is impacting on the way his team is playing, but wants them to stick to the plays they have trained for.

It was an aspect that frustrated him reviewing the Salford loss.

Cummins said: “If a team hasn’t won for a little while that anxiety builds.

“We don’t want players feeling they have to come up with a big massive play that they have dreamt about but never practised.

“I am all for different ideas as long as we have practised them.

“That shows that we are desperate to win and maybe trying too hard and keep missing the process.”

The Wakefield clash is a replay of the abandoned game from spring.

A tough one at Belle Vue is expected.

“They are a big set in the middle and have pace out wide.

“Ches (Chris Chester) has not only recruited well at Wakefield, but they do play well when they open up,” Cummins said.