Head Coach: Jérôme Guisset and Michael Monaghan
Squad: Paul Aiton, Louis Anderson, Julian Bousquet, Remi Casty, Alrix Da Costa, Nabil Djalout, Vincent Duport, Tony Gigot, Krisnan Inu, Thibaut Margalet, Sam Moa, Richie Myler, Ugo Perez, Arthur Romano, Paul Seguier, Mickael Simon, Iain Thornley, Luke Walsh, Fouad Yaha
Unavailable: Jordan Dezaria (Suspended), Justin Horo (Injured), Luke Burgess (Knee), Jason Baitieri (Wrist), Jodie Broughton (Injured), Ben Garcia (Injured), Thomas Bosc (Injured), Brayden Wiliame (Injured), Greg Bird (Injured), Lucas Albert (Injured)
Head Coach: Rick Stone
Squad: Danny Brough, Paul Clough, Leroy Cudjoe, Dale Ferguson, Lee Gaskell, Ryan Hinchcliffe, Sebastine Ikahihifo, Kruise Leeming, Jake Mamo, Nathan Mason, Jermaine McGillvary, Alex Mellor, Aaron Murphy, Adam O'Brien, Sam Rapira, Martyn Ridyard, Oliver Roberts, Jordan Turner, Shannon Wakeman
Unavailable: Tom Symonds (Knee), Ukuma Ta’ai (Back), Michael Lawrence (Knee)
Analysis - what to expect
These two sides meet for the second time in three weeks after Huddersfield came out on top between the two teams at Magic Weekend. It looks like a hugely important game for both sides and could play a big part in determining where the two finish the regular season when it splits. With just six games left of the regular season, a win here for Huddersfield would see them sitting inside the top 8 ahead of their opponents, as well as having a game in hand. Their away form is poor but should win here and leave Catalans with just one win in eight.