Unavailable: Ryan Lannon, Manu Vatuvei, George Griffin, Derrell Olpherts
Having lost 12 of their last 13 matches in all competitions, Salford tasted victory for the first time this season to make it two wins in 14 with a win over Hull KR last weekend.
Head coach Ian Watson has named the same 19-man squad as a result of that win with the same 17 expected to take the field unless a late injury occurs.
Salford have lost their last seven away Super League matches and now face a St Helens side that they have failed to beat away from home in eight attempts.
St Helens have won 9 of their last 11 home Super League matches
Salford Red Devils have lost their last 7 away Super League matches
St Helens have won the last 8 home Super League meetings between the two sides
There has been a total of 271 points scored in the last 6 Super League meetings between the two sides at an average of 45.2 per game
There has been a total of 47 tries scored in the last 6 Super League meetings between the two sides at an average of 7.8 per game
Salford Red Devils' Niall Evalds has scored 10 tries in his last 6 Super League meetings between the two sides
St Helens have scored 31 points or more in 6 of the last 8 home Super League meetings between the two sides
The early Super League pacesetters St Helens return to home soil in this rearranged fixture after it succumbed to the weather on Friday night. The game still remains in doubt and will be subject to a Sunday morning pitch inspection. Should the fixture go ahead, all of the signs point to a St Helens win despite Salford’s victory last week. The Red Devils don’t travel well and have had real troubles against St Helens in recent seasons whilst Saints have a solid home record.