Head Coach: Chris Chester
Squad: Chris Annakin, Tinirau Arona, Joe Arundel, Matty Ashurst, Mason Caton-Brown, Anthony England, David Fifita, James Hasson, Liam Finn, Scott Grix, Dean Hadley, Keegan Hirst, Craig Huby, Ben Jones-Bishop, Danny Kirmond, Reece Lyne, Jacob Miller, Tyler Randell, Bill Tupou
Unavailable: Adam Walker (Suspended), Tom Johnstone (Knee), Mitch Allgood (Injured), James Batchelor (Injured), Kyle Wood (Injured), Max Jowitt, Sam Williams
Head Coach: Justin Holbrook
Squad: Ben Barba, Luke Douglas, Theo Fages, Regan Grace, Morgan Knowles, Matty Lees, Jonny Lomax, Tommy Makinson, Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Ryan Morgan, Mark Percival, Dominique Peyroux, Danny Richardson, James Roby, Matty Smith, Zeb Taia, Luke Thompson, Alex Walmsley, Jon Wilkin
Unavailable: Kyle Amor, Tommy Lee, Adam Swift, Jake Spedding
Analysis - what to expect
Wakefield's dream season continues and they now have their semi-final fate in their own hands as they prepare to play the three sides directly involved in the battle for the top four. First up is the visit of St. Helens with Trinity able to end Saints' season if they can come out on top. St. Helens have suffered three defeats on the trot having looked like they would claim fourth place but now need plenty to go their way if they are to make the semi-finals. Despite their poor record against Saints, they've scored a minimum of 24 points in five of their last seven games at home in Super League and a repeat of that in this one should see them end Saints' season.