Leeds Rhinos coach Brian McDermott is still not sure of his starting line-up for Saturday's Challenge Cup final against Warrington.
They are already without the influential half-back Danny McGuire, who is injured.
McDermott said many players will be delighted with their selection in the team but added it will be gut-wrenching for one or two players.
Both squads have travelled south to prepare for Saturday afternoon's final at Wembley.
24-year-old prop forward Chris Hill will be one of the first names on Warrington coach Tony Smith's team sheet. The former Leigh player says he still cannot believe the position he is in.
"I said at the beginning of the year I wanted to play every week but it wasn't reality then because I was coming into a really good squad with internationals all over the place," Hill told reporters.
Leeds will have the backing of two Olympic gold medallists when they try to lift the Challenge Cup. They have not won the competition since 1999 and have lost in the last two finals.
Leeds boxer Nicola Adams, who went to the same school as Danny McGuire, said: "The Rhinos were backing me all the way to gold at the Olympics and I will be cheering them on."
Olympic triathlete Alistair Brownlee said: "They are a great group of guys and I am sure they can bring the Cup home to Leeds."
Bolton's Reebok Stadium will host the replay on Wednesday 5th September 5 if the final ends in a draw.