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Summary

  1. 14:45 BST: Wakefield v Wigan - Radio Manchester
  2. Leeds v Widnes Vikings - Radio Merseyside
  3. St Helens v Castleford - Radio Leeds & Radio Merseyside
  4. Warrington v Huddersfield - Radio Merseyside
  5. Leigh v Hull FC - BBC Radio Humberside
  6. Championship: Toulouse v Hull KR - BBC Radio Humberside

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Leeds Rhinos v Widnes Vikings

Team news

Leeds Rhinos have named an unchanged 19-man squad for Monday's Super League game against bottom club Widnes.

However, Liam Sutcliffe (head) and Ashton Golding (thigh) will need to undergo fitness tests before their participation is confirmed.

Widnes, who have won only one of their first nine games, came out on top 23-22 on their last visit to Headingley.

Patrick Ah Van is one of six players added to the Vikings' squad, but captain Joe Mellor misses out.

Leeds: Golding, Briscoe, Watkins, Moon, Hall, McGuire, Burrow, Galloway, Parcell, Cuthbertson, Jones-Buchanan, Ward, Sutcliffe, Delaney, Garbutt, Mullally, Baldwinson, Lilley, Oledzki.

Widnes: Ah Van, Armstrong, Buchanan, Burke, Chapelhow, Craven, Dean, Dudson, Farnworth, Gilmore, Hanbury, Houston, Johnstone, Marsh, Olbison, Runciman, Thompson, Walsh, White.

Catalans Dragons v Salford Red Devils

Team news

Catalans Dragons make two changes to their 19-man squad from the comeback victory over Huddersfield on Wednesday.

Fouad Yaha and Justin Horo replace Brayden Wiliame and Paul Seguier for the seventh-placed Dragons.

Salford Red Devils, who are second and two points behind leaders Castleford, will hope to register a sixth successive Super League win.

Lee Mossop misses out on the trip, but Todd Carney is in the squad to face the side he left at the end of last season.

Catalans: Gigot, Inu, Yaha, Walsh, Myler, Moa, Aiton, Cast, Anderson, Horo, Bousquet, Garcia, Bosc, Duport, Simon, Thornley, Alert, Margalet, Belmas.

Salford: Walne, Kopczak, Murray, O'Brien, Griffin, Johnson, Jones, Wood, Sa'u, J Carney, Welham, Tasi, Tomkins, Flanagan, Dobson, Krasniqi, Lui, Lannon, T Carney.

Warrington Wolves v Huddersfield Giants

Team news

Warrington duo Ryan Atkins and Matty Russell will miss the visit of Huddersfield after head injuries in Thursday's derby win over Widnes.

Mike Cooper (ankle), Daryl Clark (calf) and Joe Westerman (knee) return for a side looking for a third straight win.

Huddersfield make two changes from the defeat by Catalans, with Ryan Brierley and Daniel Smith coming into the squad.

Leroy Cudjoe and Tom Symonds drop out for a side one point and one place above 11th-placed Wolves.

Warrington: Clark, Cooper, Dwyer, Evans, Gidley, Hill, Hughes, Jullien, G King, T King, Lineham, Livett, Patton, Philbin, Ratchford, Savelio, Sims, Westerman, Wilde.

Huddersfield: Mamo, McGillvary, Gaskell, Murphy, Brough, Brierley, Rapira, Hinchcliffe, Wakeman, Leeming, Ikahihifo, Roberts, Clough, Mason, Smith, Dickinson, Wood, McIntosh, Mellor.

St Helens v Castleford Tigers

Team news

St Helens have prop Kyle Amor in their squad to face Castleford, despite him facing a Grade B high-tackle charge following his red card at Wigan.

Matty Fleming, Dominique Peyroux and Ricky Bailey replace Jonny Lomax, Ryan Morgan and Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook.

Leaders Castleford make one change to their 19-man squad as centre Michael Shenton replaces Joel Monaghan.

The Tigers could also call upon Nathan Massey and Matt Cook, who did not feature in Friday's win over Wakefield.

St Helens: Makinson, Percival, Swift, Fages, Smith, Walmsley, Amor, Wilkin, Douglas, Walker, Thompson, Lee, Peyroux, Richards, Knowles, Fleming, Bailey, Grace, Taia.

Castleford: Chase, Cook, Eden, Gale, Hardaker, Holmes, Lynch, Massey, McShane, McMeeken, Millington, Minikin, Milner, Moors, Roberts, Sene-Lefao, Shenton, Springer, Webster.

Wakefield Trinity v Wigan Warriors

Team news

Wakefield Trinity make two changes for Monday's visit of reigning Super League champions Wigan Warriors.

Max Jowitt and Ashley Gibson replace Bill Tupou and Joe Arundel, who both suffered head knocks in Friday's loss to leaders Castleford.

Wigan's squad also has two changes from their win over local rivals St Helens.

Nick Gregson and Romain Navarrete come in for winger Joe Burgess and hooker Michael McIlorum, who made his first appearance for 14 months on Friday.

Wakefield: Allgood, Arona, Ashurst, Caton-Brown, England, Fifita, Finn, Gibson, Grix, Hadley, Hirst, Huby, Johnstone, Jones-Bishop, Jowitt, Kirmond, Miller, Williams, Wood.

Wigan: Bretherton, Davies, Escare, Farrell, Flower, Forsyth, Gelling, Gregson, Isa, Leuluai, Marshall, Navarrete, Nuuausala, O'Loughlin, Powell, Sutton, Tautai, Tomkins, Williams.

Leigh Centurions v Hull FC

Team news

Leigh Centurions are still without prop Gareth Hock, who was suspended for Friday's loss against Salford and is now suffering from a dead leg.

Leigh have lost their past four games.

Fifth-placed Hull FC have lost their last two Super League matches, conceding over 50 points in home defeats by Salford and Leeds.

Gareth Ellis, Fetuli Talanoa, Josh Griffin and Josh Bowden have all dropped out of the squad, but Carlos Tuimavave could feature.

Leigh: Crooks, Dawson, Ridyard, Drinkwater, Higham, Weston, Stewart, Hansen, Tickle, Vea, McNally, Hampshire, Reynolds, Hood, Green, Hopkins, Acton, Thompson, Burr.

Hull FC: Shaul, Fonua, Tuimavave, Kelly, Sneyd, Taylor, Watts, Minichiello, Connor, Thompson, Washbrook, Michaels, Manu, Turgut, Downs, Fash, Matongo, Litten, Bower.