Super League clash headed for amazing sell out crowd

Super League Round 15 wraps up today in West Yorkshire.

It is a West Yorkshire derby as Wakefield Trinity finally look to claim a first win of the season against Leeds Rhinos.

The Rhinos are also under pressure. They have only one win in over the last month and their play-off hopes are hanging by a thread.

Leeds will look to get back on track at Belle Vue.

The Rhinos come into the game on the back of a shock defeat against 11th placed Castleford Tigers last week at the Magic Weekend.

Wakefield will be thinking this could be their best chance to get a first win with the Rhinos in a rut at the moment.

A big derby, the game is expected to be a sellout according to Wakefield Trinity on social media.

The sellout crowd could be given a treat with former Leeds Rhinos skipper Luke Gale potentially in line to make his debut for Wakefield after being their major signing.

Jack Croft is also set to feature after being stretchered off at the Magic Weekend.

David Fifita is also set to feature as are fellow new recruits Romain Franco and Hugo Salabio.

As for Leeds, there is just one change to the 21 man squad from last week with half back Jack Sinfield returning to the squad having completed his return to play protocol. He replaces Tom Holroyd who was ruled out of last week’s game in the warm up with a calf injury.

In addition to Holroyd, the Rhinos are without David Fusitu’a, Harry Newman, Aidan Sezer, Zane Tetevano, Sam Lisone and Morgan Gannon.