Head Coach: Steve McNamara
Squad: Paul Aiton, Lucas Albert, Louis Anderson, Jason Baitieri, Lambert Belmas, Julian Bousquet, Jodie Broughton, Remi Casty, Alrix Da Costa, Nabil Djalout, Vincent Duport, Tony Gigot, Justin Horo, Krisnan Inu, Thibaut Margalet, Sam Moa, Paul Seguier, Luke Walsh, Brayden Wiliame
Unavailable: Greg Bird (Suspended), Ben Garcia (Suspended), Fouad Yaha (Suspended), Luke Burgess (Knee), Thomas Bosc (Injured), Richie Myler (Shoulder), Mickael Simon (Injured), Iain Thornley (Injured)
Head Coach: Shaun Wane
Squad: John Bateman, Joe Burgess, Tony Clubb, Tom Davies, Liam Farrell, Callum Field, Anthony Gelling, Oliver Gildart, Willie Isa, Thomas Leuluai, Michael Mcilorum, Frank-Paul Nuuausala, Sean O'Loughlin, Sam Powell, Ryan Sutton, Taulima Tautai, Sam Tomkins, Jack Wells, George Williams
Unavailable: Ben Flower (Achilles), Morgan Escaré (Knee), Dom Manfredi (Knee), Jake Shorrocks (Knee), Joel Tomkins (Groin), Liam Marshall, Lewis Tierney
What to expect?
If Catalans and Wigan had both failed to win last weekend, they would have been heading into this game with just one win between them in their last 19 Super League matches combined. As it is, they both won their games but three from 19 doesn't paint it in a much better light. Both are short of form but it remains to be seen how last week's wins will work out for the respective sides. Catalans go into the game in a worse state having been forced into five changes from last week's team which will leave Wigan will fancying their chances against the leakiest defence in Super League and should confirm their Super 8s spot here.