aside Super 8s: St. Helens 20:00 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats Preview (Fri)

Chris Chester has made one change to his side as Wakefield look to end the season on a high when they take on St. Helens this Friday.

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Jordan Crowther returns to the 19 man squad as Nick Scruton is forced to miss out with a slight injury.

Wakefield narrowly lost to Hull FC last week and will be looking end the season on a high when they travel to Langtree Park.

Keiron Cunningham has made three changes to his side as they prepare to host Wakefield. Mark Percival, Jack Ashworth and Oliver Davies all come into the team as Adam Swift, Greg Richards and James Roby are left out.

St. Helens are preparing for the Super League play-offs after securing a place in the top four. They will be hoping to gain momentum with a win over Wakefield this coming Friday.

On the other hand, the Wildcats will be looking to avoid an ninth straight defeat in all competitions as they shut the curtain on quite a successful season.

Despite a underwhelming end to their campaign, Wakefield did manage to qualify for the Super 8s and also bagged a place in the Challenge Cup semi-finals.

St. Helens Squad

Lomax, Turner, Percival, Walsh, Walmsley, Amor, Vea, Wilkin, McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Thompson, Peyroux, Fages, Greenwood, Owens, McDonnell, Fleming, Davies, Ashworth, Knowles.

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats Squad

Johnstone, B. Tupou, Finn, Simon, A. Tupou, Lyne, Arona, Ashurst, Arundel, Molloy, Sio, Jowitt, Crowther, Hall, Anderson, Yates, Batchelor, Fifita, Harrison.

 

By Sebastian Sternik

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