Saints travel to Emerald Headingley again on Sunday this time to face Leeds Rhinos with kick off at 6:30pm and we have all the information you need right here in our match preview!
The Rhinos arrive into this game against the Saints on the back of a comeback victory over Huddersfield on Sunday. The Rhinos trailed 26-6 with 18 minutes to go, but clawed it back with Luke Gale, Luke Briscoe, Alex Mellor and Konrad Hurrell tries taking the game to extra-time.
Luke Gale landed a golden-point drop-goal in extra time to complete a remarkable comeback victory and the Rhinos sit top of the table on 8 points level with Wigan, Castleford and Hull FC, but have a game in hand.
Of course the game is behind closed doors with no fans. Although you may see your cardboard CUT-OUT in the stadium if the Sky Sports cameras pick you up! You can still purchase your cut-out for further games in August by clicking here – and the next time you will see them will be at our very own Totally Wicked Stadium!
21 MAN SQUADS
MAN IN THE MIDDLE
Chris Kendall will officiate the clash with James Childs the video referee.
COACH AND PLAYERS PREVIEW
Despite it being an away game, Saints will play in our home red and white strip.
WHERE CAN I WATCH THE GAME?
The game is live on Sky Sports with with kick off at 6:30pm. 2020 members can also watch on the RFL’s Our League app via a unique streaming code. Please click here for more information.
Supporters can also follow the game on our official social media channels as well as on our Live Match Centre. Highlights and the full 80 minute replay will be on Saints TV on Monday.
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