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Friday’s Super League previews: Leeds vs Salford; St Helens vs Huddersfield; Warrington vs Wakefield; Wigan vs Catalans

Team news and perspectives because relegation struggles orgasm and the play-off.
Richard Agar believes Leeds Rhinos have improvements to make after sealing their place.
Sunday’s 36-10 win off to London Broncos signifies the Rhinos are just four points clear on the side using 2 matches of the regular season remaining and using a far superior points difference to the sides near the foot of the table.
Head coach Agar is no doubt his side may generate a display when Salford Red Devils and Headingley on Friday day see, but is pleased they’ve got themselves into a position.
« Performance-wise there’s a great deal to improve on, but dedication and defensive effort I thought was brilliant, » Agar said.
« We always said pulling it together wasn’t likely to become an overnight fix, two or three chances missed and everybody else has won matches to help keep it a battle.
« I know mathematically we’re not safe but it’s a good old swing with just two games as well as two additional teams battling each other. »
Agar has appointed an squad for the game with Salford, who are on a run of six straight wins in Super League final Thursday after overcoming Warrington Wolves 22-6.
Red Devils head coach Ian Watson attracts George Griffin back and Josh Wood is recalled to the 19 well.
Salford have been given a boost with the news mid-season recruit Josh Johnson has agreed a contract.
« Josh has added a bit of grit to our bunch and bought into the work ethic of the group, » Watson said.
« We needed to move fast to secure his services for next season, after his vibrant performances captured the eyes of other Super League clubs.
« He’s happy to be remaining with us and I’m sure he will continue to improve and become a valuable registering »
Leeds Rhinos 19-man squad: Jack Walker, Konrad Hurrell, Ash Handley, Richie Myler, Adam Cuthbertson, Trent Merrin, Brad Dwyer, Liam Sutcliffe, Brett Ferres, Mikolaj Oledzki, Jamie Jones-Buchanan, Cameron Smith, Luke Briscoe, James Donaldson, Harry Newman, Ava Seumanufagai, Shaun Lunt, Robert Lui, Rhyse Martin
Salford Red Devils 19-man group: Niall Evalds, Kris Welham, Jake Bibby, Lee Mossop, Josh Wood, Gil Dudson, Josh Jones, George Griffin, Mark Flanagan, Joey Lussick, Adam Walker, Greg Burke, Tyrone McCarthy, Logan Tomkins, Ken Sio, Krisnan Inu, Tui Lolohea, Jackson Hastings, Josh Johnson
Completing an unbeaten season on their home spot is your aim for St Helens on Friday night if they welcome Huddersfield Giants to Totally Wicked Stadium.
The League Leaders’ Shield winners’ three beats throughout the Super League season have all come on the road, using their home ground.
Saints have not completed an unbeaten stretch at home since 2002, when they went on to win Grand Final, along with also head coach Justin Holbrook knows his side should be on their guard against a Giants facet who eased their relegation fears with a 22-12 win off to Hull FC last week.
« We’ve been terrific there each week this year and we want to maintain that, » Holbrook said. « We’ve got to play well to beat Huddersfield on Friday.
« It was a fantastic win for them last week. They’re not in a great place in the desk, but they have shown to win and go at Hull they’ve got a dangerous side »
After missing last Friday’s 4-0 win at home to Castleford Tigers recent Great Britain call-up Lachlan Coote and dominique Peyroux possibly return to Holbrook’s 19-man squad for the Huddersfield game.
Giants head coach Simon Woolford is due to trauma, so Tom Holmes comes back in their squad at his or her place. Adam Walne replenishes Aaron Murphy too.
Though the triumph over Hull place them in a significantly stronger position heading into the final two matches of the regular season, huddersfield are still not safe from the danger of relegation.
« It is dependent on other games along with other outcomes, but it’s definitely aided our cause, » Woolford said. « It has been a tough year for a number of reasons and those few wins have been few and far between.
« We won’t be shutting up shop now, there’s still a big task to do and we wish to make sure we complete the seasons quite well. »
St Helens 19-man squad: Jonny Lomax, Tommy Makinson, Kevin Naiqama, Mark Percival, Regan Grace, Theo Fages, Danny Richardson, Alex Walmsley, James Roby, Luke Thompson, Zeb Taia, Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Morgan Knowles, Kyle Amor, Dominique Peyroux, Jack Ashworth, James Bentley, Lachlan Coote, Matty Costello
Huddersfield Giants 19-man group: Darnell McIntosh, Jermaine McGillvary, Lee Gaskell, Paul Clough, Kruise Leeming, Suaia Matagi, Alex Mellor, Michael Lawrence, Adam O’Brien, Ukuma Ta’ai, Jake Wardle, Tom Holmes, Adam Walne, Sebastine Ikahihifo, Sam Hewitt, Louis Senior, Jon Luke Kirby, Oliver Wilson, Chester Butler
Blake Austin is place to make a welcome return as they aim to finish their six-game losing run in Super League in your home to Wakefield Trinity on Friday.
Austin was ruled out for around a month with an ankle ligament injury sustained in the defeat to Catalans Dragons and overlooked the Wolves’ Challenge Cup triumph.
However he’s just one of five players earning a return on Steve Price team that were not involved in last Thursday’s defeat away to fellow contenders Salford.
Wakefield head into the match in the Halliwell Jones Stadium on the back of a 24-16 defeat to Wigan Warriors Sunday and having dropped both of the matches against Warrington so far this season.
Trinity head coach Chris Chester has injury issues to contend with as well, using a trio of players missing because of injuries suffered in the loss to Wigan.
Bill Tupou chris Annakin along with James Batchelor all ruled out, together with George King, Jordy Crowther and Titus Gwaze returning to the 19-man squad into their locations, and Chester is worried the three might miss both of the staying games of Wakefield.
« It appears like that, » Chester said. « We’ve got some cover in Joe Arundel and George King and Jordy Crowther, so we’ve pretty much got that covered. »
Warrington Wolves 19-man group: Sitaleki Akauola, Blake Austin, Josh Charnley, Daryl Clark, Jason Clark, Mike Cooper, Ben Currie, Bryson Goodwin, Chris Hill, Toby King, Tom Lineham, Harvey Livett, Jake Mamo, Ben Murdoch-Masila, Declan Patton, Joe Philbin, Stefan Ratchford, Matty Smith, Lama Tasi
Wakefield Trinity 19-man team: Joe Arundell, Danny Brough, Jordy Crowther, Anthony England, Morgan Escare, Chris Green, Titus Gwaze, Ryan Hampshire, Ben Jones-Bishop, Lee Kershaw, George King, Danny Kirmond, Craig Kopczak, Reece Lyne, Jacob Miller, Tyler Randell, Adam Tangata, Kelepi Tanginoa, Kyle Wood
Adrian Lam knows there is still lots of effort for Wigan Warriors to do as they plan to seal second place.
Last Sunday’s success away to Wakefield saw the champions proceed before Warrington in the table and a win in the home to Catalans Dragons on Friday will see them have a step nearer towards procuring that place.
However, Lam, who’s brought Harry Smith in for Amir Bourouh at the only change for his 19-man squad, » cautioned his players they cannot manage to believe the task is currently done.
« We’ve got a fairly tough two matches coming in Catalans and Castleford in the home, so a great deal of work to perform, but I am very happy for the team up to now, » Lam said.
« We have used certain words at particular times of the season, and also confidence and perception are those we’re pushing aggressively at the moment.
« As a group, when we get into a tight match, they believe in each other and when things get tight in the match during the next few weeks, I have total confidence we can find the outcome we deserve. »
Wigan conquer against Catalans 42-0 about the French side’s last visit however the Dragons ensured a unforgettable win in the historic game at Barcelona’s Nou Camp in May.
Steve McNamara’s guys visit Wigan in tatters after last Saturday defeat to Hull Kingston Rovers – .
Even the Perpignan-based outfit do, however, have Sam Tomkins accessible to confront his former team and Alrix da Costa yields into the 19. Not included are Ben Garcia, Remi Casty, David Mead, Tony Gigot, Fouad Yaha, Sam Moa and Jodie Broughton.
Wigan Warriors 19-man squad: Joe Burgess, Liam Byrne, Tony Clubb, Liam Farrell, Bevan French, Oliver Gildart, Joe Greenwood, Chris Hankinson, Zak Hardaker, Willie Isa, Tommy Leuluai, Liam Marshall, Romain Navarrete, Oliver Partington, Sam Powell, Dan Sarginson, Harry Smith, Morgan Smithies, George Williams
Catalans Dragons 19-man squad: Brayden Wiliame, Lewis Tierney, Samisoni Langi, Michael McIlorum, Kenny Edwards, Greg Bird, Julian Bousquet, Mickael Simon, Benjamin Julien, Matt Whitley, Alrix da Costa, Mickael Goudemand, Lambert Belmas, Lucas Albert, Antoni Maria, Jason Baitieri, Arthur Romano, Sam Kasiano, Sam Tomkins

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