Head Coach: Chris Chester
Squad: Chris Annakin, Tinirau Arona, Joe Arundel, Matty Ashurst, Mason Caton-Brown, David Fifita, Liam Finn, James Hasson, Scott Grix, Dean Hadley, Keegan Hirst, Craig Huby, Ben Jones-Bishop, Danny Kirmond, Reece Lyne, Bill Tupou, Adam Walker, Sam Williams, Kyle Wood
Unavailable: Tom Johnstone (Knee), Jacob Miller (Leg), Mitch Allgood (Injured), James Batchelor (Injured), Anthony England, Max Jowitt
Head Coach: Justin Holbrook
Squad: Kyle Amor, Luke Douglas, Theo Fages, Regan Grace, Morgan Knowles, Tommy Lee, Matty Lees, Jonny Lomax, Tommy Makinson, Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Ryan Morgan, Mark Percival, Dominique Peyroux, Danny Richardson, James Roby, Zeb Taia, Luke Thompson, Alex Walmsley, Jon Wilkin
Unavailable: Ben Barba (Suspended), Matty Smith (Eye), Jack Ashworth (Injured), Adam Swift
Analysis - what to expect
The final game of the regular season in Super League is a significant one with plenty on the line for both teams. Wakefield can complete an impressive performance during the first 23 rounds by finishing inside the top 4 to earn an extra home game in the Super 8s. Trinity can afford to lose by 14 points and still retain 4th place in the table but a positive result would see them lift to 3rd. St. Helens on the other hand are currently three points behind Wakefield and won't want that gap to increase any further as they pursue a semi-final spot. It's difficult to ignore Saints' away form and with Wakefield defending well at home this season, they can keep the visitors at bay and end the regular season in an impressive position.