Wakefield Trinity vs Toulouse: 21-man squads, injury news, kick-off time & TV details

The two bottom Super League sides kick off the magic weekend, and a win for either side will be a huge boost to their hopes of remaining in the top flight.

Wakefield suffered a second heavy defeat in a row to Wigan last week, as they conceded 46 points at home. After suffering a 74-10 defeat the week prior, their defence will need to be heavily improved if they are to avoid gifting Toulouse their fourth victory of the season.

Toulouse earned a surprise 28-6 victory over Hull KR at the weekend, which set them up perfectly for what will be a season-defining fixture. For a side that has struggled all year, the opportunity to put themselves within two points of safety is a huge lifeline.

21- man squads

Wakefield Trinity
1 Max Jowitt
6 Jacob Miller
7 Mason Lino
9 Liam Hood
10 Tinirau Arona
11 Matty Ashurst
12 Kelepi Tanginoa
13 Jay Pitts
14 Jordan Crowther
15 Jai Whitbread
16 James Batchelor
20 Jack Croft
21 Brad Walker
24 Harry Bowes
27 Lewis Murphy
30 Corey Hall
31 Thomas Minns
34 Rob Butler
35 David Fifita
36 Kyle Evans
37 Josh Bowden

2 Latrell Schaumkel
5 Paul Macron
6 Corey Norman
7 Lucas Albert
8 Romain Navarette
10 Harrison Hansen
12 Dominique Peyroux
13 Anthony Marion
14 Eloi Pelissier
16 Joe Bretherton
17 Joseph Paulo
20 Ilias Bergal
21 Chris Hankinson
23 Justin Sangare
24 Guy Armitage
25 Matty Russell
27 Olly Ashall-Bott
28 Nathan Peats
29 Lambert Belmas
31 Tony Gigot
35 Daniel Alvaro

Injury news

Josh Bowden comes straight into the Wakefield squad since signing from Hull FC in the same week as Bill Tupou announced his permanent retirement.

Andrew Dixon, Hugo Pezet and Lloyd White all are unavaible for this clash through injury, with Bergal and Pelissier returning to the squad for Toulouse.

Kick off time and TV details:

The game will kick off at 14:30 on Saturday, and will be available to watch on Sky Sports Mix