St Helens boss Justin Holbrook says his St Helens side will have to be at their best to beat a struggling Leeds side on Friday.
The runaway leaders are some 20 points ahead of the Rhinos, however the West Yorkshire outfit have a habit of producing their best against the Saints.
Leeds claimed an unlikely victory at the Totally Wicked Stadium last season and went within five points of repeating that feat in March.
Now they collide again and Holbrook is wary of the threat posed by the relegation candidates.
“They love playing against us,” he told the St Helens Reporter. “Every one of the games has been close. That is all I have known them as since I have been here.
“Obviously they’re not happy with where they sit in the table but they have got so many dangerous players in their side so we know we have to play well.”