Stats over the last 6 encounters
St Helens have full-back Ben Barba and centre Mark Percival back from injury and illness respectively, with Jonny Lomax reverting to stand-off and Tommy Makinson to the wing in place of the injured Adam Swift. Second-rower Zeb Ta’ai is also pencilled in for a return after missing the win at Wigan Warriors with a hand injury.
Warrington Wolves have centre Bryson Goodwin and second-rower Ben Murdoch-Masila back from injury, along with veteran forward Ben Westwood, who was rested for the game at Hull KR because of a calf strain. The game comes too soon for new signing Bodene Thompson.
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