Head Coach: Steve McNamara
Squad: Paul Aiton, Louis Anderson, Jason Baitieri, Greg Bird, Julian Bousquet, Jodie Broughton, Remi Casty, Alrix Da Costa, Vincent Duport, Ben Garcia, Tony Gigot, Justin Horo, Krisnan Inu, Thibaut Margalet, Sam Moa, Richie Myler, Mickael Simon, Luke Walsh, Fouad Yaha
Unavailable: Luke Burgess (Knee), Thomas Bosc (Injured), Brayden Wiliame (Injured), Iain Thornley (Injured)
Head Coach: Neil Jukes
Squad: Jamie Acton, Mitch Brown, Lachlan Burr, Ben Crooks, Matty Dawson, Josh Drinkwater, Matty Fleming, Adam Higson, Harrison Hansen, Liam Hood, Sam Hopkins, Antoni Maria, Daniel Mortimer, Cory Paterson, Eloi Pelissier, Ben Reynolds, Glenn Stewart, Danny Tickle, Atelea Vea
Unavailable: James Clare (Knee), Dayne Weston (Injured), Gareth Hock (Injured), Gregg McNally (Injured), Ryan Hampshire, James Green, Dave Thompson, Micky Higham, Nick Rawsthorne
Analysis - what to expect
Catalans will be hoping their 'new coach bounce' comes a week late after Steve McNamara had his first full week in charge of the Dragons. His men face a Leigh side who will be certain of a place in the Middle 8s if they lose here, but that could also be confirmed if results go against them elsewhere this weekend. Catalans are in a poor run of form and have only won one of their last nine league games. However, bottom placed Leigh's form is arguably worse with just two wins in their last 13 Super League matches. The return of Greg Bird is huge for Catalans and with them approaching something close to a fully fit squad, they should claim a much needed win in their battle for the top 8.