Catalans Dragons vs St. Helens Preview & Prediction | 2023 Super League | Semi-Final
When is Catalans Dragons vs St. Helens on and what time does it start? Catalans Dragons vs St. Helens will take place on Friday 6th October, 2023 – 20:00 (UK)
Where is Catalans Dragons vs St. Helens taking place? Catalans Dragons vs St. Helens will take place at Stade Gilbert Brutus in Perpignan, France
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What channel is Catalans Dragons vs St. Helens on in the UK? Catalans Dragons vs St. Helens will be televised live on Sky Sports
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THE TEAM NEWS
- Catalans Dragons did enough to secure a home semi-final as they edged St. Helens in the race to finish second in the last round of the regular season.
- The Dragons got the better of Salford Red Devils to make it three straight victories and they will be full of confidence ahead of this clash with the reigning champions having lost just three home games in the league this season.
21-man squad: 1. Arthur Morgue, 2. Tom Davies, 3. Adam Keighran, 6. Tyrone May, 7. Mitchell Pearce, 8. Mike McMeeken, 9. Micky McIlorum, 10. Julian Bousquet, 11. Matt Whitley, 12. Paul Séguier, 13. Benjamin Garcia, 14. Alrix Da Costa, 16. Romain Navarrete, 18. Tiaki Chan, 19. Arthur Romano, 21. Matt Ikuvalu, 22. Suia Taukeiaho, 23. Jordan Dezaria, 24. Tom Johnstone, 26. Manu Ma’u, 29. Sam Tomkins
- St. Helens moved a step closer to landing a fifth successive Super League title as they overcame the challenge of Warrington Wolves in their first play-off encounter last week.
- Saints were guilty of being a little wasteful with the ball but still got the job done to make it a superb 10 consecutive wins to maintain their excellent run of form.
21-man squad: 1. Jack Welsby, 2. Tommy Makinson, 3. Will Hopoate, 4. Mark Percival, 5. Jon Bennison, 6. Jonny Lomax, 7. Lewis Dodd, 8. Alex Walmsley, 9. James Roby, 10. Matty Lees, 11. Sione Mata’utia, 13. Morgan Knowles, 15. Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, 16. Curtis Sironen, 19. James Bell, 21. Ben Davies, 22. Sam Royle, 23. Konrad Hurrell, 28. Matthew Foster, 30. George Delaney, 35. Moses Mbye
Catalans Dragons enjoyed the week off thanks to finishing second during the regular season and will hope that pays dividends as they take on reigning champions St. Helens for a spot in the Grand Final. Saints are the form team of the competition having won all of their last 10 matches but this will not be an easy trip. Catalans have named a very strong squad and coming into this refreshed as well as proving to be formidable on home soil, the French side are favoured to end Saints’ hopes of landing a fifth straight Super League title.