Head Coach: Rick Stone
Squad: Danny Brough, Paul Clough, Leroy Cudjoe, Tyler Dickinson, Dale Ferguson, Lee Gaskell, Ryan Hinchcliffe, Sebastine Ikahihifo, Kruise Leeming, Nathan Mason, Jermaine McGillvary, Darnell McIntosh, Alex Mellor, Aaron Murphy, Martyn Ridyard, Oliver Roberts, Ukuma Ta'ai, Shannon Wakeman, Sam Wood
Unavailable: Sam Rapira (Suspended), Tom Symonds (Knee), Michael Lawrence (Knee), Jordan Turner (Hamstring), Jake Mamo (Foot), Adam O'Brien (Foot)
Head Coach: Shaun Wane
Squad: John Bateman, Joe Burgess, Tom Davies, Liam Farrell, Callum Field, Oliver Gildart, Willie Isa, Thomas Leuluai, Liam Marshall, Michael Mcilorum, Frank-Paul Nuuausala, Sean O'Loughlin, Sam Powell, Ryan Sutton, Lewis Tierney, Joel Tomkins, Sam Tomkins, Jack Wells, George Williams
Unavailable: Ben Flower (Achilles), Morgan Escaré (Knee), Tony Clubb (Kidney), Dom Manfredi (Knee), Jake Shorrocks (Knee), Anthony Gelling (Knee), Taulima Tautai (Calf)
Analysis - what to expect
With Warrington and Catalans facing off on Saturday, the gap between the loser of this game and the side that ends the weekend in 9th place could be as little as a single point. Huddersfield head into this game having won four of their last five games but know the job isn't done as they look to end the season in the Super 8s. Wigan on the other hand haven't won any of their last seven league games. The loss of Mamo for Huddersfield is huge after his recent form and with Wigan's record against Huddersfield, they might end their winless run.