IF all goes to plan today and Leigh Leopards’ Robbie Mulhern gets to pull on the England jersey again it will further highlight the turnaround in the prop forward’s career.

Since joining Adrian Lam’s squad from Warrington Wolves his form has reignited, so much so that England head coach Shaun Wane decided to call him into the national squad for the historic Test series with Tonga.

The 29-year-old Leeds-born powerhouse has not achieved international honours for five years.

His one and only England appearance, when he was on the books at Hull KR, came off the bench against France at Leigh Sports Village in October, 2018.

Leigh Journal: Robbie Mulhern on his England debut in 2018Robbie Mulhern on his England debut in 2018 (Image: SWpix.com)

He also has a couple of England Knights appearances under his belt from the same year, while his first representative caps came with Ireland in 2014.

Hopefully the 6ft 3ins and 17st giant can make an impression on Wane as England set out to whitewash Tonga in today’s third and final Test of the first ever series between the two nations.

Mulhern’s anticipated selection for the match at Headingley is one of a number of changes being made by Wane on the back of the 14-4 win last weekend in Huddersfield.

Golborne-born Ben Currie, skipper George Williams, prop Tyler Dupree all look set to figure, with Toby King, Victor Radley and Tommy Makinson sidelined with injuries plus while Mikey Lewis makes way for the captain’s return from suspension.

Matty Ashton (Warrington Wolves), John Bateman (Wests Tigers), Tom Burgess (South Sydney Rabbitohs), Daryl Clark, Ben Currie (both Warrington Wolves), Tyler Dupree (Wigan Warriors), Chris Hill (Huddersfield Giants), Tom Johnstone (Catalans Dragons), Matty Lees (St Helens), Mike McMeeken (Catalans Dragons), Robbie Mulhern (Leigh Leopards), Harry Newman (Leeds Rhinos), Harry Smith, Morgan Smithies (both Wigan Warriors), Josh Thewlis, Danny Walker (both Warrington Wolves), Jack Welsby (St Helens), Elliot Whitehead (Canberra Raiders), George Williams (Warrington Wolves) The match kicks off at 2.30pm at Headingley and will be shown live on BBC1.