Head Coach: Justin Holbrook
Squad: Kyle Amor, Luke Douglas, Theo Fages, Regan Grace, Morgan Knowles, Tommy Lee, Jonny Lomax, Tommy Makinson, Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Ryan Morgan, Mark Percival, Dominique Peyroux, James Roby, Matty Smith, Adam Swift, Zeb Taia, Luke Thompson, Alex Walmsley, Jon Wilkin
Head Coach: Denis Betts
Squad: Jack Buchanan, Hep Cahill, Jay Chapelhow, Rangi Chase, Danny Craven, Gil Dudson, Aaron Heremaia, Chris Houston, Ryan Ince, Jordan Johnstone, Manase Manuokafoa, Stefan Marsh, Eamon O'Carroll, Tom Olbison, Charly Runciman, Corey Thompson, Matt Whitley, Sam Wilde
Unavailable: Chris Bridge (Suspended), Patrick Ah Van (Achilles), Joe Mellor (Injured), Tom Armstrong (Injured), MacGraff Leuluai (Injured), Chris Dean (Injured), Tom Gilmore (Injured), Lloyd White (Injured), Greg Burke (Injured), Rhys Hanbury (Injured)
Analysis - what to expect
After a disappointing late defeat to Castleford last week, St. Helens' top 8 status is by no means secured and they now come up against a side who will hope they have turned the corner after consecutive wins. Widnes will be confident going into this game despite heading to a ground where Saints have a good record as well as dominating previous meetings between the two. Widnes have fallen to defeat in 11 of the last 14 meetings between the two sides but head into this one knowing a win would keep their own top 8 hopes alive, as well as piling the pressure on their opponents. Saints should return to winning ways in this one but may be pushed close and it wouldn't be beyond Widnes to snatch the win.