St Helens V Leeds Rhinos

Super League - Round: 1

Totally Wicked Stadium

Thu 9th Feb 2017
KO: 20:00

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Squad List

St Helens

Lomax

Makinson

Morgan

Percival

Swift

Fages

Walmsley

Roby

Amor

Greenwood

Wilkin

Douglas

Walker

Thompson

Lee

Peyroux

Knowles

Ashworth

Richardson

Leeds Rhinos

Golding

Briscoe

Watkins

Moon

Hall

McGuire

Burrow

Parcell

Cuthbertson

Jones-Buchanan

Ablett

Ward

Sutcliffe

Singleton

Garbutt

Keinhorst

Mullally

Ormondroyd

Baldwinson

Previous Match Ups

Fri 18 Aug 17

Rhinos Win
16 - 14

Thu 29 Jun 17

Rhinos Win
24 - 22

Thu 09 Feb 17

Saints Win
6 - 4

Fri 22 Apr 16

Saints Win
38 - 34

Fri 18 Mar 16

Rhinos Win
30 - 18

Fri 02 Oct 15

Rhinos Win
20 - 13

Head to Head Statistics

Stats over the last 6 encounters

TRIES:

St Helens 19
Leeds Rhinos 21

GOALS:

St Helens 17
Leeds Rhinos 22

METRES:

St Helens 8062
Leeds Rhinos 8136

CARRIES:

St Helens 1062
Leeds Rhinos 1201

TACKLES:

St Helens 2206
Leeds Rhinos 1954

OFFLOADS:

St Helens 63
Leeds Rhinos 110

PENALTIES:

St Helens 49
Leeds Rhinos 32

BREAKS:

St Helens 27
Leeds Rhinos 45

Match Preview

St Helens include new signings Luke Douglas, Ryan Morgan, Tommy Lee and Adam Walker in their squad and 20-year-old half-back Danny Richardson could make his first ever top flight appearance in place of the injured Matty Smith.

Leeds Rhinos, who are without prop Keith Galloway and second rowers Brett Ferres and Brett Delaney, will give a Betfred Super League debut to Australian hooker Matt Parcell while prop Jack Ormondroyd and back rower Jordan Baldwinson are also included in coach Brian McDermott's 19-man squad.

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