Head Coach: Tony Smith
Squad: Ryan Atkins, Daryl Clark, Mike Cooper, Brad Dwyer, Kurt Gidley, Peta Hiku, Chris Hill, Jack Hughes, Benjamin Jullien, George King, Tom Lineham, Declan Patton, Joe Philbin, Ben Pomeroy, Stefan Ratchford, Andre Savelio, Ashton Sims, Morgan Smith, Ben Westwood
Unavailable: Toby King (Hamstring), Ben Currie (Knee), Rhys Evans (Shoulder), Harvey Livett (Hamstring), Matty Russell (Knee), Kevin Brown (Foot), Joe Westerman (Hip), Dominic Crosby (Injured)
Head Coach: Neil Jukes
Squad: Mitch Brown, Lachlan Burr, Matty Dawson, Josh Drinkwater, James Green, Adam Higson, Harrison Hansen, Mickey Higham, Liam Hood, Sam Hopkins, Samisoni Langi, Antoni Maria, Daniel Mortimer, Cory Paterson, Ben Reynolds, Nick Rawsthorne, Glenn Stewart, Danny Tickle, Atelea Vea
Unavailable: Jamie Acton (Suspended), Ben Crooks (Suspended), James Clare (Knee), Gareth Hock (Injured), Gregg McNally (Injured), Ryan Hampshire, Eloi Pelissier
What to expect?
Warrington head into this game knowing a loss could see them end the weekend with them facing the prospect of the Middle 8s. It already looks an uphill task for last season's table toppers to avoid having to fight for their Super League status but a loss here would all but seal their fate. Leigh already know they will be in the Middle 8s too and will be hoping to retain their top flight status having only earned it last season. Warrington are the lowest scorers in the league this season which highlights why they've struggled but they should be able to claim a win here although a Leigh side with no pressure on them and with new signings may be able to spring a surprise.