Saints face rivals Warrington Wolves back at the Totally Wicked Stadium in front of another 4,000 fans with kick off at 7:45pm live on Sky Sports.
Saints currently sit second in Super League having only lost one game so far this season with the only blemish on their record coming against Catalans Dragons in Round 6.
Kristian Woolf’s side are fresh off a 12 day break having had their game against Leeds postponed due to an outbreak of Covid-19 in the Leeds camp. St Helens also possess the best defensive record in the league having only conceded 70 points in their opening eight games so far.
Warrington have scored the most points in the league and were victorious last week over Wakefield Trinity – but will need to step up their performance if they are to beat the Saints. They currently sit in fourth in the ladder – one point behind Saints having played a game more. The game will be won down the middle and both sets of forwards will need to gain the upper hand to allow their talented back lines to flourish.
LAST TEN MEETINGS:
St Helens 18, Warrington 20 (CCQF, 19/9/20)
Warrington 19, St Helens 0 (SLR2, 6/2/20)
St Helens 4, Warrington 18 (CCF, 24/8/19)
Warrington 12, St Helens 30 (SLR25, 8/8/19)
Warrington 10, St Helens 21 (SLR20, 28/6/19)
St Helens 38, Warrington 12 (SLR10, 12/4/19)
St Helens 13, Warrington 18 (SLSF, 4/10/18)
Warrington 14, St Helens 34 (SLS8-R6, 22/9/18)
St Helens 14, Warrington 12 (SLR23, 26/7/18)
Warrington 12, St Helens 30 (SLR5, 9/3/18)
21 MAN SQUADS
Head over to Saints TV to listen to Kristian Woolf preview Thursday’s game.
May’s Player of the Month, Jonny Lomax also looks ahead to the game. Click here to hear from him.
MAN IN THE MIDDLE
Chris Kendall will be the referee, whilst Ben Thaler will be the video referee.
Saints are the home team and will play in our traditional red and white kit.
FANS – GUIDANCE AND TESTING
We can once again welcome up to 4,000 fans to the game tonight. Please ONLY travel to the game if you were drawn out of the ballot and have received your ticket. You will not gain entry without a valid ticket. Please ensure you read our fan guidance below.
Please ensure your check your ticket for your turnstile entrance number and entry time as we aim to ensure all fans enter the stadium safely.
As published earlier in the week, eligible fans can get their Covid-19 Vaccination in our a special drop-in clinic at the stadium, with no need for an appointment.
The ‘jab and go watch the match’ initiative is for any ticket holder eligible for the vaccine and aims to make it as easy as possible for those who still haven’t had their vaccine to get protected as soon as possible.
Any eligible ticket holder can visit the drop-in clinic which will be located in the ‘Wide to West’ kiosk in the West Stand.
Entry to the clinic can ONLY be gained from outside the stadium BEFORE scanning your match ticket to enter to watch the match. Anyone who enters with their ticket through a turnstile would then not be able to access a vaccine. Access to the clinic is via the designated entry and exit point located in the northwest corner of the stadium.
Click here to read more on the clinic and how our Saints players have been getting involved.
.@Saints1890 fans travelling to Monday night’s match by car are advised that parking on council-run surface car parks will be FREE from 5:45pm.
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— St Helens Borough Council (@sthelenscouncil) May 14, 2021
WHERE CAN I WATCH THE GAME?
The game is live on Sky Sports Arena from 7:30pm and to members on the OurLeague app.
Supporters can also follow the game on our official Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts as well as on our Live Match Centre.
Reaction will follow the Full-Time whistle on our website and social media channels whilst the highlights and the full 80 minute replay will be on Saints TV over the weekend for subscribers.
Download our third 2021 edition of the Club’s official e-programme, a solely digital version of the traditional matchday programme, which is now available to view for FREE in our new GameHub!
The Club recently linked up with MatchDayInfo, the global providers of digital match day programmes, which will see the Saints Matchday E-Programme available to view on an App and new-look ‘GameHub’ platform.
READ THE E-PROGRAMME ON OUR GAMEHUB BY CLICKING HERE (or scan the QR code below)
You can also click here if you want to download and print the E-Programme.
Alternatively just scan the QR code with your phone camera below.
Fans can also download the MatchdayInfo App for FREE to their Android or iPhone device. Once you have downloaded the FREE MatchDayInfo App on your Android or iPhone device select ‘St Helens’ as your Club and you will receive a push notification as soon as we upload the latest edition of our e-programme to the App! Also available on the App is the full set of 2019/20 issues which you can enjoy.
In today’s edition we have an interview with Jack Welsby who recently signed a new long-term contract at the Club, plus an update from Head Coach Kristian Woolf following the week off last week. We have a look back in time thanks to Saints Heritage Society. We also have all the low-down on Warrington. Don’t forget to CLICK the links to watch the videos and find out more about all our partners through their adverts.
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