St. Helens head to the Salford Stadium this Sunday for Round 21 of Betfred Super League to face Salford Red Devils, with kick-off scheduled for 3pm.
TICKET & COACH INFORMATION
Saints fans are allocated in the North Stand (Standing) with prices set at:
- Adults – £20 / Concessions 60+ – £18
- Under 21- £17 / Under 18 – £15 / Under 16 – £7 / Under 11 – £5
Tickets can be purchased online here.Please note that tickets can also be purchased from the Ticket Office at the AJ Bell Stadium on matchday but will go up by £1.50.
Anybody looking to purchase ticket in seated areas of the AJ Bell Stadium are advised to purchase via this link.
Collecting your tickets
Ticket Collections not made before 12pm on Saturday, 5th August will be no longer available to pick up from the Saints’ Ticket Office, but will be made available to collect directly at AJ Bell Stadium’s Ticket Office on gameday.
Coach Travel information
Coach travel is priced at £11 for 2023 Members and £13 for Non-Members, the coach will depart the Totally Wicked Stadium at 1:00pm on Sunday, 6th August.
Please note 2023 members will need to login to their online account to receive their discounted coach travel.
Tickets can be purchased online here, or via the Ticket Office at the Totally Wicked Stadium or over the phone on 01744 455052.
Stadium Car Parking Information
Saints supporters are encouraged to pre-book their parking at Salford Stadium online in advance of gameday. If you wish to find out more information or book, please click here.
Head Coach Wellens makes two changes to the squad that was announced for that win over Leeds last week; with Curtis Sironen possibly marking his return to action following injury, and hooker Jake Burns moving into the First Team after impressing in our Reserves ranks.
Click on the image below to read more about our Squad News!
Salford are looking to stop a losing run which was extended to six defeats away at Catalans last Saturday, and are boosted by the return of four senior men in; Kallum Watkins, Tim Lafai, Marc Sneyd and Danny Addy, as well as the possible debut of their new signing Brad Singleton.
Salford Red Devils 21-man squad vs St Helens
1. Ryan Brierley, 2. Ken Sio, 3. Kallum Watkins, 4. Tim Lafai, 5. Joe Burgess, 6. Brodie Croft, 7. Marc Sneyd, 8. Jack Ormondroyd, 9. Andy Ackers, 10. King Vuniyayawa, 11. Andrew Dixon, 12. Sam Stone, 13. Oliver Partington, 14. Chris Atkin, 15. Danny Addy, 21. Amir Bourouh, 22. Rhys Williams, 25. Ben Hellewell, 26. James Greenwood, 28. Deon Cross, 32. Brad Singleton.
WELLENS AWARE OF SALFORD THREAT
Despite their recent run of form, Wellens is well aware of the attacking threats that Salford poses and knows our Saints need to be prepared for a tough challenge going to their home ground.
WHAT KIT WILL SAINTS BE WEARING?
Whilst it is an away fixture, St Helens will be wearing our hugely popular 2023 Home Kit which features our 150 year crest and the traditional, old-school Red-V!
Pick yours up online by visiting saintssuperstore.com!
A LOOK AT SALFORD…
When Salford are ‘on it’ they can be highly entertaining and one of the most entertaining teams to watch with their attack, but in recent weeks their results have been tough to come by. Paul Rowley’s men are currently on a six-game losing run but have been wrestling with injury concerns, much like Saints are.
The Red Devils in recent years have punched beyond their weight, making the Grand Final in 2019, Challenge Cup Final in 2020, but they are attempting to turn from a club that sells its stars, into one that retains them.
It appears to be mixed fortunes on the front, with Man of Steel for 2022 Brodie Croft putting pen to paper on a mammoth seven year extension at the start of the season, but highly touted prop Tyler Dupree leaving the Greater Manchester side last week on a club record transfer fee to Wigan Warriors.
Heading into Round 21, Salford sit outside the play-offs and have aspirations to fight their way back in, and with their key men returning to the 21-man side, they will be giving their all to buck the current trend of loses they are on. They will face a highly motivated St. Helens side though, who are looking to consolidate their spot in the top four spots of the table, and beat Salford for a second time this season.
THE RECORD AGAINST THE RED DEVILS
The Saints dominate the head-to-head between the two clubs in Super League. St Helens have played Salford in Super League on 56 occasions, with the Red V winning 47 times (including the 2019 Grand Final victory, and last September’s semi-final.)
Our highest score over Salford came in 2001 when we beat the Red Devils by 66 points to 16, whilst our widest margin over them was set in 2000 away, winning 58-4.
Last ten meetings
St Helens 26, Salford 12 (SLR12, 13/5/23)
St Helens 19, Salford 12 (SLSF, 17/9/22)
Salford 44, St Helens 12 (SLR21, 31/7/22)
St Helens 14, Salford 10 (SLR11, 29/4/22)
Salford 26, St Helens 14 (SLR25, 17/9/21)
St Helens 28, Salford 0 (SLR6, 17/5/21)
St Helens 29, Salford 6 (SLR1, 26/3/21) (at Emerald Headingley, Leeds)
Salford 12, St Helens 10 (SLR18, 26/10/20) (at Emerald Headingley, Leeds)
St Helens 48, Salford 8 (SLR1, 31/1/20)
Salford 6, St Helens 23 (SLGF, 12/10/19) (at Old Trafford, Manchester)
MOSES MOVES TO 200 🆙
Should Moses Mbye take to the field on Sunday, it would be the 200th appearance of his career!
Moses’ career by the numbers so far…
- 95 games for Canterbury Bulldogs (2014-18)
- 64 for Wests Tigers (2018-21)
- 37 for St. George Illawarra Dragons (2022-23)
- 3 for Queensland in State of Origin (2019)
- 1 for St. Helens (2023)
WHO WILL BE THE MAN IN THE MIDDLE?
Jack Smith will be the referee for Sunday afternoon’s fixture, and he will be supported by Touch Judges Dean Bowmer and Cameron Worsley.
ROYLE READY FOR RED DEVILS CLASH
The win over Leeds saw Sam Royle return to the starting fold and with a number of injuries in the squad, the back-rower is wanting to play his part as we come towards the business end of the season.
THE REST OF ROUND 21 IN SUPER LEAGUE
Castleford Tigers 0-28 Huddersfield Giants
Warrington Wolves 10-30 Catalans Dragons
Wigan Warriors 64-6 Hull KR
Hull FC vs Wakefield Trinity – 3pm
Leeds Rhinos vs Leigh Leopards – 3pm
HOW CAN I FOLLOW THE GAME?
Saints will be covering the match in full across our live Match Centre where you can find out the team news, follow live game updates, get behind the scenes photos and catch up on all the stories of the game.
Highlights and the full match replay will be available for Saints TV subscribers.