Saints face Leeds Rhinos at the Totally Wicked Stadium on Friday evening with kick off at 7:45pm as we look to secure second place and a home semi-final in the playoffs!
The Betfred Super League reaches its penultimate round on Friday as Leeds Rhinos come to town in our last regular home game of the season. Kick off at the Totally Wicked Stadium is 7:45pm.
Two giants of Super League collide in round 24 as St Helens look to wow their home crowd for the last time before they enter the play offs while Leeds can take a large step to confirming their top six place by taking the win at the Totally Wicked Stadium.
This will be the first time this season that Leeds and St Helens have met in the league – but the two did play each other in the Challenge Cup in March, when St Helens ran out 26-18 winners. Since the Super League era began in 1996, St Helens have won 39 matches against the Rhinos, while Leeds have 32 wins. At the Totally Wicked Stadium, the home side have the upper hand with 20 wins from 30 games; our biggest win coming in 1999 when they recorded a 62-18 result.
SAINTS TO HONOUR NHS AGAINST LEEDS
The Club has donated the East Stand at the Totally Wicked Stadium for the Betfred Super League fixture vs Leeds Rhinos to the local branches of the NHS, as a small token of gratitude for the hard work and sacrifice they have given to the Community during the Pandemic. Read more here.
SCDF LAUNCH LEEDS GAME TICKET INITIATIVE
Saints Community Development Foundation (SCDF) have also launched a fantastic initiative ahead of our clash with Leeds with discounted tickets for local community groups and clubs. Read more here.
The Learning Disability Super League will be on the field from 5:45pm, there will also be a bucket collection for the MND Association | Fighting motor neurone disease.
There will also be a Live Band playing pre-match as Marble Eyes come to town!
LAST TEN MEETINGS:
St Helens 26, Leeds 18 (CCR3, 10/4/21)
St Helens 40, Leeds 8 (SLR17, 23/10/20)
Leeds 0, St Helens 48 (SLR8, 9/8/20)
Leeds 20, St Helens 36 (SLR26, 15/8/19)
St Helens 36, Leeds 10 (SLR19, 21/6/19)
St Helens 27, Leeds 22 (SLR3, 22/2/19)
Leeds 22, St Helens 23 (SLR18, 15/6/18)
St Helens 20, Leeds 28 (SLR6, 16/3/18)
Leeds 16, St Helens 14 (SLS8-R3, 18/8/17)
Leeds 24, St Helens 22 (SLR20, 29/6/17)
Head over to Saints TV to hear Kristian Woolf’s thoughts ahead of the game, whilst Morgan Knowles says Saints want to bounce back against Leeds Rhinos this week!
MAN IN THE MIDDLE
Chris Kendall will be the referee and Liam Moore will be the video referee.
Saints are the home team and so will play in our traditional red and white kit.
CAN I STILL BUY TICKETS FOR THE MATCH?
Tickets are still available online here until 12noon Friday.
Cash turnstiles are available on the West Stand (standing terrace) only, for any seated tickets, these are only available via the Ticket Office.
The Ticket Collection Point located next door to the Ticket Office is the place to collect your pre-ordered ticket.
WHAT TIME DO THE TURNSTILES OPEN?
Gates open at 5.15pm with kick-off at 7:45pm. The RedV Cafe Bar at the stadium is open from 5pm.
CAN I BUY FOOD AND DRINK?
Our food & drink kiosks are now fully operational, with a range of food and drink options available including our RedV Smooth Bitter and Carling on draught. Plus we now have Stowford Press Original and Berry Cider on all kiosks!
We are beginning a transition towards a cashless operation in our Kiosks in the near future – contact-less card payment is now available on all tills with cash payment only available on the left hand single till at each kiosk.
Please observe digital signage above kiosks for till and menu information.
The Superstore at the stadium will be open from 9am up until kick-off – our Champions Trainingwear Range has now been re-stocked.
Click here to read where you can park on matchdays.
I CAN’T ATTEND – WHERE CAN I FOLLOW THE GAME?
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.
Download the next 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 HERE!
The Club recently linked up with MatchDayInfo who have now re-branded as Zeeon, 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.
Alternatively just scan the QR code with your phone camera below. (To download click on the three dots and click ‘Download PDF file’).
In today’s edition we have an interview with new signing Curtis Sironen who signed for the Club from Manly ahead of next season. Plus read an update from Head Coach Kristian Woolf on all things the Club. We have a look back in time thanks to Saints Heritage Society. We also have all the low-down on Leeds Rhinos. Don’t forget to CLICK the links to watch the videos and find out more about all our partners through their adverts.
St Helens vs Leeds Rhinos – 7.45pm – Sky Sports
Hull FC vs Wigan Warriors – 3pm
Warrington vs Salford – 3pm
Catalans Dragons vs Huddersfield Giants – 6pm
Hull KR vs Castleford Tigers – 7.45pm – Sky Sports
Leigh vs Wakefield – 3pm