St Helens vs Wigan Warriors: 21-man squads, injury news, kick-off time & TV details

St Helens take on Wigan Warriors in one of the most highly-anticipated clashes of the 2022 Super League season so far.

Saints go into this one on the back of an impressive 36-20 win over Catalans Dragons that put them into the Challenge Cup Semi-Final.

Wigan will also be there in the semi-finals following a win over Wakefield Trinity as all eyes turn to the league.

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
12 Joe Batchelor
13 Morgan Knowles
14 Joey Lussick
15 LMS
17 Agnatius Paasi
19 Jake Wingfield
20 James Bell
22 Ben Davies
23 Konrad Hurrell
24 Dan Norman
26 Sam Royle
27 Jon Bennison

Wigan Warriors

1 Bevan French
2 Jake Bibby
6 Cade Cust
7 Tommy Leuluai
8 Brad Singleton
9 Sam Powell
10 Patrick Mago
11 Willie Isa
12 Liam Farrell
13 John Bateman
14 Morgan Smithies
16 Harry Smith
17 Oliver Partington
19 Ethan Havard
20 Liam Byrne
22 Joe Shorrocks
23 Jai Field
24 Abbas Miski
25 Sam Halsall
26 James McDonnell
28 Brad O’Neill

Injury news

Saints will be without the suspended Curtis Sironen as Jake Wingfield returns from concussion. Wigan, surprisingly, have no Zak Hardaker in their line-up with Liam Marshall also missing out. James McDonnell and Sam Halsall come in.

Kick-off time

The game will kick off at 3pm on Friday afternoon.

TV details

The game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Arena from 2.30pm on Friday.

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