GREAT Britain boss Wayne Bennett faces a selection headache for next Saturday's second test with New Zealand after winger Ryan Hall dislocated his knee

With Tommy Makinson injured before the tour, GB were thin on wings before setting off with Hall one of only two specialist flankmen in the 24-man squad - but the head coach was unsure whether he bring in a replacement.

He was asked specifically about whether Saints Welsh wing wonder Regan Grace could be flown in for the remaining tour games.

Bennett said: "I don't know if we can bring other players in. I don't think we can but I'm not sure."

On Hall, Bennett added: "I think he's dislocated his knee which he did earlier in the season.

"It's gone back in but it did come out, so he said."

Britain lost centre Oliver Gildart with a tour-ending shoulder dislocation in the defeat in Hamilton and Bennett does not expect prop Luke Thompson to feature again on the tour after struggling with rib cartilage damage sustained in the same match.

The Lions end their tour with a Test against Papua New Guinea in Port Moresby on November 16 but more immediately will be ruing another fightback that came too late.

Bennett remained upbeat, putting the defeat down to "a little bit of luck".

"It was a tight game, there was nothing in it all afternoon," he said. "We probably should have had two tries in the last five minutes but we didn't get them and they managed to keep their nose in front.

"The first half was a pretty dismal game of football to be honest with you. Completions were high but there was just nothing happening out there.

"We sorted a few things out at half-time and we stuck to it in the second half.

"Our halves could have been on the ball a lot more in the first half than they were but they got that right in the second half.

"There was a lot more ball movement and played a lot better football to give ourselves a chance."

Asked if he was concerned about his team managing just two tries in two games so far, Bennett said: "I'm not going to lose any sleep over that.

"The opposition only scored two as well. The bottom line is no one is scoring a lot of tries.

"Last week we didn't make any opportunities to score tries, today we had opportunities to score tries so that's the difference.

"We're on the up, we're not going backwards and we played a quality team out there today."