After a painful and controversial defeat to Leeds, it’s vital that Huddersfield shake it off with just two games left in the season to generate the momentum required to succeed in play-off rugby.
They meet Huddersfield for the third time this season on Monday needing to get over Wednesday’s heartache whilst monitoring the fitness of their squad.
As for the Wolves, though they’ve turned the corner a touch recently they’re yet to put together an 80 minute performance which will be the aim come Monday as they build momentum for 2023.
Huddersfield: 1 Will Pryce, 4 Ricky Leutele, 5 Ash Golding, 6 Tui Lolohea, 8 Chris Hill, 9 Danny Levi, 11 Josh Jones, 12 Chris McQueen, 13 Luke Yates, 14 Matty English, 15 Joe Greenwood, 17 Owen Trout, 20 Oliver Wilson, 21 Leroy Cudjoe, 22 Louis Senior, 23 Olly Russell, 25 Innes Senior, 26 Nathan Mason, 27 Jack Ashworth, 29 Sam Hewitt, 37 Toby King.
Warrington: 1 Stefan Ratchford, 3 Peter Mata’utia, 7 George Williams, 12 Oliver Holmes, 13 Jack Hughes, 14 Jason Clark, 15 Joe Bullock, 16 Danny Walker, 19 Rob Mulhern, 20 James Harrison, 21 Greg Minikin, 22 Josh Thewlis, 27 Riley Dean, 34 Jake Wardle, 35 Matty Nicholsin, 36 Matt Dufty, 37 Adam Holroyd, 38 Luke Thomas, Leon Hayes, Josh Lynch, Jamie Reddecliffe.
Huddersfield will not risk Theo Fages after he copped a head knock on Wednesday and wasn’t brought back on due to his history with head injuries. So, Will Pryce will likely return as may Innes Senior to provide some fresh legs. Ash Golding and Josh Jones could both return from injuries whilst fresh Nathan Mason and Jack Ashworth are surely in the running.
As for Warrington, Daryl Clark won’t play after an arm injury on Thursday. Four youngsters could debut such as the impressive Leon Hayes. They could join Luke Thomas and Adam Holroyd who played against Leeds recently.
Kick-off time and TV details
The game kicks off at 3pm tomorrow afternoon.
There’s no live TV coverage but BBC will show highlights on the Super League Show.