February 23, 2024 11:47 AM
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Huddersfield Giants vs St. Helens Preview & Prediction | 2024 Super League | League Stage

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When is Huddersfield Giants vs St. Helens on and what time does it start? Huddersfield Giants vs St. Helens will take place on Saturday 24th February, 2024 – 17:30 (UK)

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Where can I watch Huddersfield Giants vs St. Helens on in the UK? Broadcasting rights for the 2024 Super League are shared between Sky Sports and BBC, so it is worth checking their schedules for Huddersfield Giants vs St. Helens. Some matches can also be streamed live on SuperLeague+



  • Huddersfield Giants prevailed in a scrappy affair with Leigh Leopards and they will need to be much better, as well as more disciplined, if they are to make it back-to-back victories.
  • The Giants will have to deal with some mixed squad news for this clash with St. Helens with Tui Lolohea returning from a ban but Jake Connor has been ruled out after failing a HIA last week.

21-MAN SQUAD: Swift, Marsters, Naiqama, Clune, Hill, Milner, Murchie, Hewitt, Golding, English, Wilson, Ikahihifo, Deakin, Wallis, Cudjoe, Lolohea, Livett, Russell, Halsall, Salabio


  • St. Helens produced a strong display to overcome London Broncos in their season opener and will aim to build on that in what is a trickier challenge in Round 2.
  • Saints amassed 40 points in that clash and conceded just one try and as they aim to secure a second victory in succession, they will be boosted by the return of Morgan Knowles and Moses Mbye.

21-MAN SQUAD: Welsby, Makinson, Blake, Percival, Bennison, Lomax, Dodd, Walmsley, Clark, Lees, Mata’utia, Knowles, Mbye, Bell, Sironen, Wingfield, Whitley, Delaney, Davies, Royle, Ritson


Huddersfield Giants and St. Helens will both have their sights set on making it back-to-back wins to begin the Super League season but based on their respective performances last week, it is the away side that will be the more confident of the two. Saints were convincing victors against London Broncos and while this will not be as easy, they have to be favoured to make it nine successive wins in clashes with the Giants.

TIP: St. Helens to win

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