Head Coach: Shaun Wane
Squad: John Bateman, Joe Burgess, Tony Clubb, Tom Davies, Callum Field, Anthony Gelling, Oliver Gildart, Willie Isa, Thomas Leuluai, Liam Marshall, 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 Farrell (Knee)
Head Coach: Brian McDermott
Squad: Carl Ablett, Jordan Baldwinson, Tom Briscoe, Mitch Garbutt, Ashton Golding, Jamie Jones-Buchanan, Josh Jordan-Roberts, Jimmy Keinhorst, Jordan Lilley, Joel Moon, Anthony Mullally, Harry Newman, Mikolaj Oledzki, Jack Ormondroyd, Matt Parcell, Cameron Smith, Alex Sutcliffe, Jack Walker, Harvey Whiteley
Unavailable: Brett Delaney (Knee), Rob Burrow (Shoulder), Brett Ferres (Knee), Liam Sutcliffe (Leg), Kallum Watkins (Knee), Ryan Hall (Concussion), Stevie Ward (Concussion), Keith Galloway (Achilles), Brad Singleton (Calf), Adam Cuthbertson (Knee), Josh Walters (Knee), Danny McGuire (Hamstring), Ash Handley (Knee)
Analysis - what to expect
This encounter, traditionally, has always been one of the standout games on the Super League calendar, with the rich history of both sides there for all to see. However, it takes on a slightly different feel this time around as Wigan come into the game sitting in 8th place in the table, whilst Leeds are missing 13 first team players. It remains to be seen how many of the injuries that the Rhinos have announced are genuine, but they've earned the right to rest players if they wish after securing 2nd place before the league split. Wigan's form is alarming and they cannot afford many more dropped points if they are to mount a late charge for a semi-final spot, but this represents the perfect chance for them to pick up two points.