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St Helens vs Wakefield Trinity: 21-man squads, injury news, kick-off time and TV details

Unbeaten St Helens host winless Wakefield Trinity on Friday night as round three of Super League rears its head.

With Saints overcoming both Catalans Dragons and Hull FC with ease, their next opponents Wakefield have lost narrowly to Hull FC as well as Catalans Dragons but Trinity certainly have their work cut out to get a result here.

Though this fixture away at the Totally Wicked Stadium may be too far out of reach, Trinity will shock a few sides in 2022.

21-man squads

St Helens

1 Jack Welsby
2 Tommy Makinson
3 Will Hopoate
4 Mark Percival
6 Jonny Lomax
7 Lewis Dodd
8 Alex Walmsley
9 James Roby
10 Matty Lees
11 Sione Mata’utia
12 Joe Batchelor
13 Morgan Knowles
14 Joey Lussick
15 LMS
16 Curtis Sironen
17 Agnatius Paasi
18 Kyle Amor
19 Jake Wingfield
21 Josh Simm
22 Ben Davies
23 Konrad Hurrell

Wakefield Trinity

1 Max Jowitt
2 Tom Johnstone
5 Tom Lineham
6 Jacob Miller
8 Eddie Battye
10 Tinirau Arona
11 Matty Ashurst
12 Kelepi Tanginoa
13 Jay Pitts
14 Jordy Crowther
15 Jai Whitbread
16 James Batchelor
19 Liam Kay
21 Brad Walker
22 Yusuf Aydin
24 Harry Bowes
27 Lewis Murphy
29 Isaac Shaw
30 Corey Hall
31 Thomas Minns
35 David Fifita

Injury news

Saints boss Kristian Woolf will have to do without flying winger Regan Grace for another week as Will Hopoate faces a race against time to be fit. Meanwhile, Jacob Miller, Lee Gaskell, Mason Lino and David Fifita all remain doubtful for Willie Poching’s men.

Kick-off time

The game will kick-off at 8pm on Friday night.

TV details

The game will not be broadcast live on any TV channel, so get yourself down to the Totally Wicked Stadium!

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