Head Coach: Denis Betts
Squad: Chris Bridge, Jack Buchanan, Greg Burke, Hep Cahill, Rangi Chase, Danny Craven, Gil Dudson, Alex Gerrard, Aaron Heremaia, Chris Houston, Jordan Johnstone, Stefan Marsh, Joe Mellor, Eamon O'Carroll, Tom Olbison, Charly Runciman, Corey Thompson, Lloyd White, Matt Whitley
Unavailable: Patrick Ah Van (Achilles), Tom Armstrong (Injured), MacGraff Leuluai (Injured), Chris Dean (Injured), Tom Gilmore (Injured), Rhys Hanbury (Injured), Manase Manuokafoa, Jay Chapelhow
Head Coach: Neil Jukes
Squad: Mitch Brown, Lachlan Burr, Ben Crooks, Matty Dawson, Josh Drinkwater, James Green, Ryan Hampshire, Harrison Hansen, Liam Hood, Sam Hopkins, Antoni Maria, Cory Paterson, Eloi Pelissier, Nick Rawsthorne, Ben Reynolds, Glenn Stewart, Danny Tickle, Atelea Vea, Dayne Weston
Unavailable: Adam Higson (Suspended), Jamie Acton (Suspended), James Clare (Knee), Dave Thompson, Micky Higham, Willie Tonga, Gareth Hock, Matty Fleming, Greg McNally
Analysis - what to expect
Super League's bottom two face off in a game that will all but condemn the loser to the Middle 8s. Widnes currently sit bottom of the table, a point behind their visitors, but with so few points left on offer before the end of the regular season, both teams look set to be fighting for their Super League place next season in the Middle 8s. This is a really tough game to call with both knowing what is at stake, but Widnes' recent home form may just be enough to get them over the line.