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Super League side set to take amazing away following to huge fixture

Leeds Rhinos, Warrington Wolves, Hull KR and Salford Red Devils are battling for the final play off spots whilst Wigan Warriors, St Helens and Catalans Dragons are battling over the home semi-final spots – first and second – as well as the League Leaders’ Shield.

This makes the meeting between Warrington and St Helens even bigger than the normal meetings between the two rivals which are always big games.

The Wolves need a win to help their play off hopes and Saints need a win in the drive for five as it would help them secure a home semi-final.

As they prepare for this game, Saints are set to take a huge away following to the fixture with Saints revealing limited tickets remaing.

The Saints win streak has seen them move into third, level on points with Wigan Warriors and Catalans Dragons in first and second, meaning Paul Wellens’ side must pick up one more win over their rivals or overcome a points difference deficit to secure their home playoff semi-final.

As for Warrington they could have potentially sealed the playoffs with a win over Salford at the weekend but they lost in dramatic fashion, going down 24-20 in golden point thanks to a late Sam Stone try.

Warrington saw both Sam Kasiano and Jordy Crowther struggling in that game with the pair of forwards a possible doubt for this clash.

Crowther went off for a HIA, which he passed, and so he should be okay for Friday’s fixture whilst Matty Ashton was another who also passed a HIA.

As for Kasiano he didn’t return after the break which prompted concerns.

Saints’ George Delaney didn’t pass his HIA though and so he’s set to miss out which is a big blow for the youngster and Wellens’ side, whilst Konrad Hurrell could be available again after serving a one game ban.

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