Saints travel to the Mobile Rocket Stadium for the first time since 2019 to face Wakefield Trinity on Friday with kick off at 7.45pm.
Saints beat Wigan in our last Betfred Super League game and will now hope to build further momentum with another victory ahead of the Betfred Challenge Cup Final the following week at Wembley.
Wakefield on the other hand arrive into this in good form themselves. Chris Chester’s men were also successful against Wigan last time out, impressing in a 14-6 victory.
LAST TEN MEETINGS:
St Helens 34, Wakefield 6 (SLR3, 16/4/21)
St Helens 48, Wakefield 6 (SLR9, 15/10/20)
Wakefield 16, St Helens 20 (SLR15, 9/10/20)
St Helens 26, Wakefield 6 (SLR24, 2/8/19)
St Helens 48, Wakefield 10 (CCQF, 1/6/19)
Wakefield 18, St Helens 24 (SLR2, 10/2/19)
Wakefield 16, St Helens 36 (SLS8-R2, 16/8/18)
St Helens 34, Wakefield 30 (SLR19, 29/6/18)
Wakefield 24, St Helens 20 (SLR11, 15/4/18)
Wakefield 16, St Helens 18 (SLS8-R5, 7/9/17)
21 MAN SQUADS
Head over to Saints TV to hear from Kristian Woolf ahead of the game as well as Matty Lees who returns to the squad for the first time since early April.
MAN IN THE MIDDLE
Ben Thaler will be the referee.
Saints are the away team, but we will play in our traditional red and white kit.
Wakefield Trinity are selling tickets for the game here.
WHERE CAN I WATCH THE GAME?
The game is NOT televised, but is on the Our League App for 2021 members.
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 on Monday for subscribers.
Leeds vs Catalans – 7.45pm – Sky Sports
Wakefield vs Saints – 7.45pm – Our League
Hull FC vs Leigh – 3pm
Hull KR vs Warrington – 3pm
Wigan vs Huddersfield – 3pm – Sky Sports
Castleford vs Salford – 3:30pm