YORK Knights will be without captain Liam Harris for next weekend's visit of Betfred Championship favourites Wakefield Trinity.

The half-back has been handed a one-match ban for a Grade C Dangerous Throw/Lift during Sunday's 20-14 defeat to Toulouse Olympique.

Harris, making his first appearance of the Championship season after a calf injury ruled him out of the Knights' opener at Doncaster, conceded a penalty shortly after the 50-minute mark for a spear tackle on hooker Calum Gahan.

Whilst available for Sunday's trip to Barrow Raiders (3pm), he will now miss their clash with Trinity on April 14, which will now take place at the LNER Community Stadium amid an ongoing water supply issue at the DIY Kitchens Stadium.

Harris' ban could leave head coach Andrew Henderson with a selection issue in the halves, with Richie Myler ruled out for three months after elbow surgery, and Nikau Williams banned amid his own four-match suspension.

Former Knights winger Ben Jones-Bishop has also been handed a one-match suspension for foul and abusive language to the match officials during Sheffield Eagles' victory over Doncaster.

Jack Skelton has received a two-match ban and a £40 fine for a Grade D Head Contact charge following Newcastle Thunder's defeat to Workington Town, whilst Rochdale Hornets' Luke Nelmes has been banned for one game after receiving a Grade B Dangerous Contact charge in their loss to Oldham.

However, there appears to be no further sanctions for Toulouse pair Harrison Hansen and Sitaleki Akauola, who were both sent off by referee Ben Thaler for their respective tackles on Myles Harrison and Ronan Michael.