Still looking for their first win of the season, Castleford Tigers have the unenviable task of hosting Wigan Warriors after they scored 60 points against Wakefield last week.
Here is everything you need to know.
The game kicks off at 20:00.
There is sadly no live TV coverage but BBC will show highlights on the Super League show.
Castleford Tigers announced two squads for the game. Their earlier and initial squad saw just three changes from the 21-man squad that faced St Helens with Jack Broadbent, Jake Mamo and Cain Robb all missing out.
Their replacements were Alex Sutcliffe, Suaia Matagi and Daniel Smith, however that’s now changed.
Rather than being dropped from the squad like initially announced, Jack Broadbent has actually retained his spot at the expense of one of the Tigers’ most senior players.
Broadbent was electric against St Helens and it was his work on the left flank that copped the high tackle from Jack Welsby and Castleford’s penalty try.
One man who had struggled on that left flank was Jordan Turner with the experienced centre dropping a couple of passes that would have seen him through.
He’s since been dropped and is no longer in this revised squad of Castleford’s with Broadbent taking his place instead.
The initial squad report is linked here and shows the full squad at the bottom of the article, but it’s clearly changed with Turner being the one absentee.
Turner is closing in on 300 Super League appearances but it’s unclear at the moment if he has been dropped on the basis of form or injury.
The initial team news was released at 12:30 via their website and Twitter page but the tweet has since been deleted meaning it’s unclear if Turner’s involvement was an error, or if this is a later change.
Broadbent does indeed start at centre with Greg Eden returning to the side on the wing.
The big call Lee Radford made was naming Joe Westerman in the squad after dropping him for the St Helens clash after a video had circulated of him on social media and he had played against Hull FC.
Westerman returns to the side at 13.
Matt Peet meanwhile has brought Kai Pearce-Paul back into the side on the bench whilst Liam Byrne has been dropped to the role of 18th man.