Head Coach: Laurent Frayssinous
Squad: Paul Aiton, Lucas Albert, Louis Anderson, Lambert Belmas, Greg Bird, Thomas Bosc, Julian Bousquet, Remi Casty, Vincent Duport, Ben Garcia, Tony Gigot, Thibaut Margalet, Sam Moa, Richie Myler, Ugo Perez, Mickael Simon, Iain Thornley, Brayden Wiliame, Fouad Yaha
Unavailable: Krisnan Inu (Injured), Luke Walsh (Suspended), Justin Horo (Injured), Luke Burgess (Knee), Jason Baitieri (Injured), Jodie Broughton, Paul Seguier, Alrix Da Costa
Head Coach: Brian McDermott
Squad: Tom Briscoe, Rob Burrow, Adam Cuthbertson, Brett Delaney, Keith Galloway, Ashton Golding, Ash Handley, Jamie Jones-Buchanan, Jordan Lilley, Danny McGuire, Joel Moon, Anthony Mullally, Mikolaj Oledzki, Jack Ormondroyd, Matt Parcell, Brad Singleton, Liam Sutcliffe, Jack Walker, Stevie Ward
Unavailable: Mitch Garbutt (Personal reasons), Kallum Watkins (International duty), Ryan Hall (International duty), Carl Ablett (Knee), Jimmy Keinhorst (Hand), Brett Ferres (Suspended), Josh Walters, Jordan Baldwinson
Analysis - what to expect
Catalans are under pressure to get a win at home and their team news is generally favourable overall despite missing Walsh and Inu. Leeds have some key absentees due to international call-ups and they come off a poor loss to Huddersfield, although they have generally responded well after losing matches in surprising fashion this season. They still have plenty of flair in their squad to create openings and they are marginally favoured to bounce back here in what could be a high scoring game.