Wakefield Trinity vs Catalans Dragons: Kick-off time, TV channel and predicted line-ups

Wakefield Trinity injected new life into their season with a huge win over rivals Castleford Tigers, but can they back that up against the Catalans Dragons.

The French outfit appeared to be back on track after defeats to Warrington and Salford when they edged Huddersfield to take third spot from the Giants. However, despite leading 30-6 with an extra man against Leeds at home, the Dragons were left wounded as the Rhinos pulled off an amazing comeback to defeat them in golden point.

No doubt reeling from that, can they bounce back against Trinity?

Kick-off time and TV channel

The game kicks off at 15:00.

There is sadly no live TV coverage of the game but highlights will be available on BBC’s Super League show.

Wakefield Trinity
After their best win of the season and ending a decade long hoodoo against their rivals Castleford, why on earth would Willie Poching make any changes to his team. The only question is would Kelepi Tanginoa return to the side and if he did who at the expense of?

38 Jamie Shaul
18 Lee Kershaw
30 Corey Hall
17 Lee Gaskell
27 Lewis Murphy
6 Jacob Miller
7 Mason Lino
10 Tinirau Arona
9 Liam Hood
15 Jai Whitbread
11 Matty Ashurst
16 James Batchelor
14 Jordan Crowther
34 David Fifita
37 Josh Bowden
12 Kelepi Tanginoa
22 Yusuf Aydin

Catalans Dragons
Catalans will be boosted by three returns. Tom Davies will return to the wing, Mitchell Pearce to halfback and Tyrone May may have to play at 13 due to his versatility with many forwards injured which could also see Corentin Le Cam start in the backrow. Arthur Mourgue will drop to the bench for impact.

29 Sam Tomkins
2 Tom Davies
3 Samisoni Langi
4 Dean Whare
5 Fouad Yaha
6 Mitchell Pearce
7 Joshua Drinkwater
16 Paul Seguier
9 Michael Mcllorum
17 Mickael Goudemand
15 Benjamin Jullien
21 Corentin Le Cam
20 Tyrone May
1 Arthur Mourgue
28 Sam Kasiano
24 Mathieu Cozza
33 Tiaki Chan

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