July 01, 2022 2:18 PM
Ash Wheldon

Catalans Dragons vs St. Helens Preview & Prediction | Super League 2022

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When is Catalans Dragons vs St. Helens on and what time does it start? Catalans Dragons vs St. Helens will take place on Saturday 2nd July, 2022 – 18:00 (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

Where can I get tickets for Catalans Dragons vs St. Helens? Visit this link for the latest ticket information for Catalans Dragons vs St. Helens

What channel is Catalans Dragons vs St. Helens on in the UK? Catalans Dragons vs St. Helens will be televised live on Sky Sports

Where can I stream Catalans Dragons vs St. Helens in the UK? Sky Sports subscribers can stream Catalans Dragons vs St. Helens live on Sky Go



  • Catalans Dragons suffered a disappointing loss to Castleford Tigers as the French outfit were downed in golden point of their contest last week and now face the tough task of hosting league leaders St. Helens.
  • The Dragons have lost just one Super League game on home soil so far this season but will come into this without Tom Davies and Mike McMeeken with that pair suffering long-term injuries last week but Dean Whare could make a welcome return.

21-man squad: 3 Samisoni Langi, 4 Dean Whare, 5 Fouad Yaha, 6 Mitchell Pearce, 7 Josh Drinkwater, 8 Gil Dudson, 9 Michael McIlorum, 10 Julian Bousquet, 11 Matt Whitley 13 Benjamin Garcia, 14 Alrix Da Costa, 15 Benjamin Jullien, 16 Paul Seguier, 17 Mickael Goudemand, 18 Matthieu Laguerre, 19 Arthur Romano, 20 Tyrone May, 22 Dylan Napa, 27 Joe Chan, 28 Sam Kasiano, 29 Sam Tomkins

Unavailable: Arthur Mourgue, Jordan Dezaria, Tom Davies, Mike McMeeken

Questionable: Dean Whare


  • St. Helens continued their strong run of form as they ran out convincing winners over Leeds Rhinos last week to make it six successive victories in Super League as they maintained their lead at the top of the table.
  • Saints never looked in danger in that contest and will be confident of extending their winning streak as they head to Perpignan for this clash, especially as James Bell and Sione Mata’utia come into the 21-man squad after serving suspensions.

21-man squad: 1 Jack Welsby, 2 Tommy Makinson, 5 Regan Grace, 6 Jonny Lomax, 8 Alex Walmsley, 9 James Roby, 10 Matty Lees, 11 Sione Mata’utia, 12 Joe Batchelor, 13 Morgan Knowles, 14 Joey Lussick, 16 Curtis Sironen, 17 Agnatius Paasi, 19 Jake Wingfield, 20 James Bell, 21 Josh Simm, 22 Ben Davies, 23 Konrad Hurrell, 24 Dan Norman, 27 Jon Bennison, 29 Daniel Hill

Unavailable: Lewis Dodd, Mark Percival, Matty Foster, Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook



Catalans Dragons will need to be better than on their previous outing after falling to a disappointing loss at the hands of Castleford Tigers last week. The French outfit never really got going to failed to take their chances when presented with them which saw them suffer a second loss in three games. They now host reigning champions St. Helens with the away side arriving on the back of a six-game winning streak in Super League and while the Dragons are tough to beat on home soil, it is difficult to oppose the league leaders in this one.

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