JOE Westerman will play this weekend as he is in the squad.
The disgraced rugby star was chosen for the 21-man line-up despite being caught engaging in a sexual act on a woman.
The loose Castleford Tigers forward, 33, was filmed with a pal’s wife on the edge of a Greggs alley.
Head coach Lee Radford has said today that he could play against Hull FC in Sunday’s game.
It comes after he laughed at the dodgy scandal and joked: “I’m sure he’ll have a great time.”
A final 17-man squad is expected to move closer to the game.
It is currently unclear whether Westerman will be used on the field.
On Sunday, a video went viral showing club bosses fined Westerman.
He was also ordered to do community service to educate young people about the effects of alcohol.
In a statement issued by the club, the disgraced player said: “First of all, I would like to take this opportunity to sincerely apologize to my family and friends for my actions.
“I would also like to apologize to the supporters, sponsors, staff and directors of the Castleford Tigers, as well as my teammates.
“I would like to extend that apology to rugby league play and I have realized I need to work on my alcohol decision making.”
His wife Lauren, 33, drove him out of the family home in the West Yorkshire town.
She tweeted: “Can I make this VERY clear that this is NOT me!!!!!! We have three kids, one of whom is almost 15, and she doesn’t need to see things like that all over social media!”
The mother-of-three told friends she will never be reunited with the rugby star.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/7424422/joe-westerman-named-team-alley-romp/ Joe Westerman will play this weekend as he was called up to the squad despite being involved in the shocking Greggs Alley frenzy