Head Coach: Chris Chester
Squad: Chris Annakin, Tinirau Arona, Joe Arundel, Matty Ashurst, Mason Caton-Brown, Jordan Crowther, Anthony England, Liam Finn, Scott Grix, Dean Hadley, Keegan Hirst, Craig Huby, Ben Jones-Bishop, Reece Lyne, Mikey Sio, Bill Tupou, Adam Walker, Sam Williams, Kyle Wood
Unavailable: Tom Johnstone (Knee), Jacob Miller (Leg), David Fifita (Knee), Danny Kirmond (Injured), Mitch Allgood (Injured), James Batchelor (Injured), Max Jowitt
Head Coach: Tony Smith
Squad: Ryan Atkins, Daryl Clark, Mike Cooper, Will Dagger, Brad Dwyer, Kurt Gidley, Peta Hiku, Chris Hill, Jack Hughes, Jack Johnson, Benjamin Jullien, George King, Declan Patton, Kevin Penny, Joe Philbin, Stefan Ratchford, Andre Savelio, Ashton Sims, Sam Wilde
Unavailable: Toby King (Hamstring), Ben Currie (Knee), Ben Westwood (Hand), Rhys Evans (Shoulder), Harvey Livett (Hamstring), Matty Russell (Knee), Kevin Brown (Foot), Joe Westerman (Hip), Tom Lineham (Abductor Muscle), Dominic Crosby
Analysis - what to expect
As the end of the regular season draws ever closer, it's a crucial period for both of these sides. Wakefield still have a great chance of finishing inside the top 4 - which would give them an extra home game in the Super 8s - but they need to get back on track having lost their last three games. Warrington face a different battle as they attempt to avoid the Middle 8s, and they realistically know a defeat here would leave them with a huge task on their hands. Warrington have dominated Wakefield for a long period, winning 15 of the last 17 encounters, but Warrington's away form might allow Wakefield to put a slightly better look on that record come the end of this game.