Head Coach: Rick Stone
Squad: Danny Brough, Paul Clough, Leroy Cudjoe, Tyler Dickinson, Lee Gaskell, Ryan Hinchcliffe, Sebastine Ikahihifo, Kruise Leeming, Nathan Mason, Jermaine McGillvary, Darnell McIntosh, Alex Mellor, Adam O'Brien, Jordan Rankin, Sam Rapira, Daniel Smith, Ukuma Ta'ai, Jordan Turner, Shannon Wakeman
Unavailable: Tom Symonds (Knee), Michael Lawrence (Knee), Jake Mamo (Foot), Aaron Murphy (Toe), Dale Ferguson, Oliver Roberts, Martyn Ridyard
Head Coach: Chris Chester
Squad: Chris Annakin, Tinirau Arona, Joe Arundel, Matty Ashurst, Mason Caton-Brown, Anthony England, Liam Finn, James Hasson, Scott Grix, Dean Hadley, Keegan Hirst, Ben Jones-Bishop, Danny Kirmond, Reece Lyne, Jacob Miller, Bill Tupou, Adam Walker, Sam Williams, Kyle Wood
Unavailable: Tom Johnstone (Knee), Mitch Allgood (Injured), James Batchelor (Injured), Max Jowitt, David Fifita, Craig Huby
Analysis - what to expect
Even at this early stage of the Super 8s, it's already must-win territory for Huddersfield who will need a near perfect run to challenge for a top four spot. Starting five points behind the top four with just 14 points available is a big task, not just because of the points they're behind but also the fact that they have to leapfrog four other teams in the process. Wakefield begin the Super 8s in a healthier position as they find themselves out of the top four on points difference. It's an intriguing match-up for both sides and one that both will be looking to start well for different reasons. Huddersfield have scored the first try of the game in eight of their 11 home games this season whilst Wakefield have been in front at half time on 16 occasions, the most in Super League. This should be a close contest but the home side may just edge it and keep their top four hopes alive.