Head Coach: Denis Betts
Squad: Keenan Brand, Chris Bridge, Jack Buchanan, Greg Burke, Hep Cahill, Rangi Chase, Gil Dudson, Aaron Heremaia, Chris Houston, Ryan Ince, Jordan Johnstone, Manase Manuokafoa, Stefan Marsh, Joe Mellor, Eamon O'Carroll, Tom Olbison, Charly Runciman, Corey Thompson, Matt Whitley
Unavailable: Patrick Ah Van (Achilles), Tom Armstrong (Injured), MacGraff Leuluai (Injured), Chris Dean (Injured), Rhys Hanbury (Injured), Danny Craven (Injured), Alex Gerrard (Injured), Jay Chapelhow, Tom Gilmore, Lloyd White
Head Coach: Chris Chester
Squad: Chris Annakin, Tinirau Arona, Joe Arundel, Matty Ashurst, Mason Caton-Brown, Anthony England, David Fifita, Liam Finn, Scott Grix, Dean Hadley, Keegan Hirst, Craig Huby, Ben Jones-Bishop, Max Jowitt, Danny Kirmond, Bill Tupou, Adam Walker, Sam Williams, Kyle Wood
Unavailable: Reece Lyne (Suspended), Tom Johnstone (Knee), Jacob Miller (Leg), Mitch Allgood (Injured), James Batchelor (Injured)
Analysis - what to expect
When Widnes drop into the Middle 8s at the end of round 23, they will face a fight to remain in Super League and might need to rely on their home form to do so. However, they could start that battle as the lowest scorers in Super League with them scoring just three tries per game on average this season. This game serves as nothing but a chance to improve that figure for Widnes but for Wakefield, it is a chance for them to attempt to end the regular season inside the top 4. Trinity have been one of the surprise packages of Super League and if they can finish the season in a top 4 berth, it will represent great progress for the club. If they get off to a quick start and lead at half-time, something they have done a league high of 15 times, they should be able to improve on their 10 wins when doing so.