Catalan Dragons have named scrum-half Scott Dureau in their squad for Sunday's Carnegie Challenge Cup quarter-final against Warrington despite earlier this week ruling him out with a knee injury.
The Australian was hurt during his side's 27-20 Super League win over Huddersfield last Saturday and was diagnosed with a torn meniscus that was expected to sideline him for a fortnight.
However, he was today included in coach Trent Robinson's 19-man squad and will undergo a fitness test ahead of the tie at Stade Gilbert Brutus.
The selection mystery is unlikely to fool Warrington coach Tony Smith, who said: "We have prepared for a Catalan team with Dureau and one without him."
The Dragons have recalled veteran hooker Ben Fisher in place of Eloi Pelissier in the only change to the side that beat the Giants.
Former Hull KR player Fisher initially joined the Catalans on a two-month loan from Batley but has now had his tenure extended to the end of the season.
The Wolves are still without Adrian Morley, Michael Monaghan and Richie Myler but first-team regulars Lee Briers, Chris Bridge, Brett Hodgson and Ben Westwood all return having been rested for last Sunday's 24-20 win over Salford.