Friday’s Super League team news: Huddersfield vs Catalans, Salford vs Hull KR, Hull FC vs St Helens, Leeds vs Warrington

Team news and views ahead of the four non-televised matches of Friday in a Round 29.
Simon Woolford knows evening when they sponsor Catalans Dragons on Friday Huddersfield Giants still confront the same situation.
Victory over the side will ensure the Giants’ Super League position as was the case when they headed to St Helens one week past.
The League Leaders’ Shield winners proved too strong for Huddersfield that night, working 48-6 winners, and head coach Woolford is aware of what is at stake for his side.
«Nothing changes for us,» Woolford said. «We must win if we do that we are safe.
«We knew it was going to be a tough night (against St Helens) and plenty of things would need to go our way.
«There was some motive there early , but Saints scored some disappointing tries that were brought on by us becoming our numbers incorrect.»
Aaron Murphy, oliver Roberts and Matt Frawley all return to Woolford squad after missing the game at St Helens.
While Sam Hewitt and Tom Holmes would be however, Michael Lawrence is ruled out with a shoulder injury.
The Dragons head having won both of their previous meetings with Huddersfield this season, triumphing 27-10 in Perpignan in February when they seen Yorkshire in July and then 32-28.
The side of steve McNamara will complete seventh whatever the result of this game and Friday games, and are planning to finish the season on a high after falling with three defeats.
Head coach McNamara has Benjamin Garcia back from suspension, although Arthur Mourgue is place for his first appearance of the season after being included in Catalans’ 19-man squad.
Huddersfield Giants 19-man team: Darnell McIntosh, Jermaine McGillvary, Lee Gaskell, Matt Frawley, Paul Clough, Kruise Leeming, Suaia Matagi, Aaron Murphy, Alex Mellor, Adam O’Brien, Oliver Roberts, Ukuma Ta’ai, Jake Wardle, Sebastine Ikahihifo, Adam Walne, Louis Senior, Jon Luke Kirby, Oliver Wilson, Chester Butler
Catalans Dragons 19-man group: Brayden Wiliame, Lewis Tierney, Samisoni Langi, Micky McIlorum, Benjamin Garcia, Greg Bird, Julian Bousquet, Mickael Simon, Benjamin Julien, Alrix da Costa, Mickael Goudemand, Lambert Belmas, Lucas Albert, Antoni Maria, Jason Baitieri, Arthur Romano, Arthur Mourgue, Sam Kasiano, Sam Tomkins
Jimmy Keinhorst is to Salford Red Devils away outside from Hull Kingston Rovers’ game .
Keinhorst sustained the injury at home to London Broncos, which left them fighting it out by Wakefield and Huddersfield Trinity to prevent relegation at the last round of the season.
Head coach Tony Smith has a group, although the match was a one for Rovers even without Keinhorst being forced off.
«The injuries were tumultuous but that’s one of the huge challenges of sport, particularly a physical game like ours,» Smith stated.
«It certainly put big pressure on a few of the huge men because a number of them needed to do longer periods on the field, but we will fire up and also do whatever we can to devote a fantastic performance.»
Joel Tomkins is ruled out for its visitors as well following an appeal against his suspension collapsed, but Dean Hadley is back from injury. Adam Quinlan and George Lawler return to the squad Too.
This game marks the fourth season Salford and Hull KR have met this year, with one win each in Super League and the Robins when they fulfilled in the Challenge Cup in 43, coming out on top at the AJ Bell Stadium.
The Red Devils are still fighting to secure a finish as possible having booked their place with a victory away to Leeds Rhinos a week.
Head coach Ian Watson, that recalls Adam Lawton along with Ryan Lannon into his squad, is now aiming to extend the winning run of Salford to eight games before the play-offs as well.
«For us, it is about carrying it out each week,» Watson explained. «We do not dread playing any team.
«We’ve got the mindset to be able to win major games. The thing that is most attractive was the defence. If we would like to be a leading team we have to demonstrate resilience.»
Salford Red Devils 19-man squad: Niall Evalds, Kris Welham, Jake Bibby, Lee Mossop, Josh Wood, Josh Jones, George Griffin, Joey Lussick, Adam Walker, Greg Burke, Ben Nakubuwai, Logan Tomkins, Ken Sio, Adam Lawton, Krisnan Inu, Ryan Lannon, Tui Lolohea, Jackson Hastings, Josh Johnson
Hull KR 19-man group: Adam Quinlan, Craig Hall, Ben Crooks, Ryan Shaw, Danny McGuire, Robbie Mulhern, Mose Masoe, Weller Hauraki, Mitch Garbutt, Chris Atkin, Danny Addy, George Lawler, Kane Linnett, Josh Drinkwater, Will Dagger, Daniel Murray, Matt Parcell, Dean Hadley, Kyle Trout
Lee Radford is frustrated as they prepare to complete the season with a home game against St Helens Hull FC’s destiny is outside of their own hands.
Last Thursday’s 44-12 defeat away to Castleford Tigers saw that the Black and Whites overlook on devising a march on their rivals ahead of Round 29.
Because of this, success for Castleford off to Wigan Warriors Thursday would mean Hull cannot be qualified for the five they perform against Saints, far to head trainer Radford’s displeasure.
«We have had three shots in confirming our place at the play-offs now, but it has been the identical outcome each time today,» Radford said.
«In case you don’t learn from your errors in this sport, you’re always likely to be in the exact identical position.»
Radford has Andre Savelio rear in his 19-man squad for the match after foot injury, with Jordan Lane.
Hull would need to become only the third group to defeat St Helens this season if they are still in with a chance of producing the play-offs, having lost 40-12 and 62-16 at 2019 in their previous two meetings together with all the League Leaders’ Shield winners.
Saints head coach Justin Holbrook, who recalls Joseph Paulo to his group set of Danny Richardson, is not currently underestimating their opponents.
«They’re playing to get into the play-offs, therefore it will be a difficult match for us,» Holbrook said. «We are aware of what they’re capable of and we’re going to do a great job of attempting to nullify that»
Hull FC 19-man squad: Jamie Shaul, Bureta Faraimo, Carlos Tuimavave, Josh Griffin, Albert Kelly, Marc Sneyd, Scott Taylor, Danny Houghton, Josh Bowden, Mark Minichiello, Jake Connor, Masi Matongo, Brad Fash, Jordan Lane, Mickey Paea, Ratu Naulago, Gareth Ellis, Andre Savelio, Tevita Satae
St Helens 19-man team: Jonny Lomax, Tommy Makinson, Kevin Naiqama, Mark Percival, Regan Grace, Theo Fages, Alex Walmsley, James Roby, Luke Thompson, Zeb Taia, Joseph Paulo, Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Morgan Knowles, Kyle Amor, Dom Peyroux, Jack Ashworth, James Bentley, Lachlan Coote, Matty Costello.
Steve Price is intending to build on a return to winning ways from Super League as Warrington Wolves bidding to secure a finish ahead of their play-offs.
Last Friday’s 23-16 win at home to Wakefield Trinity ended a run of six straight losses.
The Wolves are currently third in the table heading into the season and head coach Cost believes a week’s triumph has renewed the confidence in his squad’s last round.
«We have a great deal of confidence and belief following the Challenge Cup win, but it was about getting back to winning ways in Super League,» Price explained.
«We played some very good attacking soccer particularly in that 40 minutes and we made a great deal of ruck rate.
«The boys are in very good spirits at the moment and we came from this game with no injuries which is the most important thing.»
With Jack Hughes and Ben Westwood substituting Lama Tasi and also Harvey Livett price has made two changes for his group.
Leeds, who have been conquered are put to hand a debut.
At the opposite end of this scale, Jamie Jones-Buchanan is place to create what’s going to be his final appearance for his hometown team and will captain the side.
Regular Leeds skipper Trent Merrin is lost due to a rib injury suffered to Salford, while Ava Seumanufagai and Brett Ferres have had surgery to clear long standing harms.
Brad Singleton, adam Cuthbertson along with Nathaniel Peteru come back to head the 19-man squad within their absence of coach Richard Agar.
Leeds Rhinos 19-man squad: Jack Walker, Konrad Hurrell, Ash Handley, Richie Myler, Adam Cuthbertson, Brad Singleton, Stevie Ward, Brad Dwyer, Liam Sutcliffe, Nathaniel Peteru, Mikolaj Oledzki, Jamie Jones-Buchanan, Cameron Smith, Luke Briscoe, James Donaldson, Harry Newman, Corey Johnson, Shaun Lunt, Robert Lui, Rhyse Martin
Warrington Wolves 19-man squad: Sitaleki Akauola, Blake Austin, Josh Charnley, Daryl Clark, Jason Clark, Mike Cooper, Ben Currie, Bryson Goodwin, Chris Hill, Jack Hughes, Toby King, Tom Lineham, Jake Mamo, Ben Murdoch-Masila, Declan Patton, Joe Philbin, Stefan Ratchford, Matty Smith, Ben Westwood

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