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St Helens reveal stunning ticket sales

St Helens have kindly been given an increased allocation of match tickets for the Saints visit to the Stade Gilbert Brutus on Saturday, 6th April 2024.

They have already sold around 1000 tickets for the fixture and that is likely to increase at a rapid rate.

The exciting clash between two of the best in the league, the Saints and the Dragons, will kick-off at 9:05pm local time in Perpignan, France which will be 8:05pm in the UK.

Tickets have now been allocated for the Gradin Nord section of Catalans Dragons’ home stadium.

The Dragons are expanding their stadium this year with £12 million investment into plans to improve the Stade Gilbert Brutus and on top of this they are expanding the capacity of the stadium.

This is alongside the development of Castleford Tigers’ Jungle which is set for developments to boost their IMG score within the 2024 season.

This comes after the redevelopment of Wakefield Trinity’s stadium Belle Vue which is now a delightful stadium and the Jungle is going to follow suit.

St Helens set for huge test

St Helens are set for a huge test of their title credentials this week as they host Wigan Warriors in front of a sell out crowd.

The Saints were the reigning Champions of the last four seasons headed into 2023 and won the World Club Challenge at the start of the season.

However, for the first time since 2017, the club missed out on the top two as they finished third which made their route to Old Trafford considerably harder.

In each of their title winning seasons from 2019-22 they only had to win at home in the play-offs but last year they went away to Catalans Dragons where they were beaten by a last minute Sam Tomkins try.

However, they are joint top after five rounds of this season and have perhaps the best defence. They have only conceded more than one try in a game once this season and that was when they were down to 12 men against Salford Red Devils.

But this week the Saints take on Wigan Warriors who are the reigning Champions and the only remaining unbeaten side in Super League

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