St Helens include new signing Zeb Taia in their 19-man squad following his arrival as a straight replacement for Joe Greenwood, while prop Adam Walker is also set to make his debut in place of the injured Luke Douglas. Jack Owens and Calvin Wellington are vying to plug the gap caused by the loss of Jonny Lomax with a knee injury.
Wakefield Trinity are set to give a debut to former Salford Red Devils winger Mason Caton-Brown in place of the injured Ben Jones-Bishop, while coach Chris Chester has also called up centre Joe Arundel and second rower James Batchelor. Prop Chris Annakin is the likely replacement for the injured Anthony Walker.
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