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Summary

  1. FT: Huddersfield 40-0 Widnes Vikings
  2. FT: St Helens 19-12 Hull FC
  3. FT: Warrington Wolves 50-10 Leigh Centurions

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

Line-ups

Warrington Wolves v Leigh Centurions

Warrington Wolves (from): Atkins, Clark, Cooper, Dwyer, Gidley, Hiku, Hill, Hughes, Jullien, G King, Lineham, Patton, Philbin, Pomeroy, Ratchford, Savelio, Sims, Smith, Westwood.

Leigh Centurions (from): Brown, Burr, Dawson, Drinkwater, Green, Higson, Hansen, Higham, Hood, Hopkins, Langi, Maria, Mortimer, Paterson, Reynolds, Stewart, Tickle, Vea.

Team news

Warrington Wolves v Leigh Centurions

Ben Westwood returns to the Warrington side for the first time since breaking a bone in his hand in May.

Tom Lineham and Declan Patton also return, while centre Ben Pomeroy is set to make his debut after arriving from Lezignan Sangliers in June.

Leigh Centurions prop Jamie Acton misses out as he waits on the decision from a disciplinary hearing.

Centre Ben Crooks is suspended for one game but hooker Mickey Higham and back-rower Samisoni Langi return.

Acton faces a minimum eight-game ban if found guilty of a Grade F offence of "other contrary behaviour" on Tuesday, 11 July.

He appeared to grab the shirt of Catalans Dragons' Greg Bird, lift him and push him back to the floor while he lay injured during the Centurions' 40-36 defeat last weekend.

Line-ups

St Helens v Hull FC

St Helens (from): Amor, Douglas, Fages, Grace, Knowles, Lee, Lees, Lomax, Makinson, McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Morgan, Percival, Peyroux, Richardson, Roby, Swift, Taia, Thompson, Walmsley.

Hull FC (from): Shaul, Fonua, Tuimavave, Griffin, Talanoa, Kelly, Sneyd, Taylor, Houghton, Watts, Minichiello, Connor, Thompson, Washbrook, Manu, Bowden, Turgut, Fash, Matongo.

Teams news

St Helens v Hull FC

St Helens have included 20-year-old Danny Richardson in their squad to face Hull FC, replacing scrum-half Matty Smith, who has undergone eye surgery.

Matty Lees comes in for suspended captain Jon Wilkin, while Mark Percival returns, but Jack Ashworth is out.

Hull FC have named the same 19-man squad selected for the narrow defeat at league leaders Castleford.

Carlos Tuimavave, a late withdrawal last week because of a toe infection, is fit to play.

Line-ups

Huddersfield Giants v Widnes Vikings

Huddersfield Giants (from): McGillvary, Cudjoe, Gaskell, Brough, Rapira, Hinchcliffe, Wakeman, Ferguson, Leeming, Roberts, Ta'ai, Clough, Ormsby, Dickinson, McIntosh, Mellor, O'Brien, Ridyard, Rankin.

Widnes Vikings (from): Bridge, Buchanan, Burke, Cahill, Chapelow, Dudson, Gilmore, Heremaia, Houston, Ince, Johnstone, Manuokafoa, Marsh, Mellor, Runciman, Thompson, Walker, White, Whitley.

Team news

Huddersfield Giants v Widnes Vikings

Huddersfield Giants coach Rick Stone has made three changes to the team that lost to Salford.

Martyn Ridyard, Adam O'Brien and Gene Ormsby replace Aaron Murphy, Sebastine Ikahihifo and Nathan Mason.

Prop Manase Manuokafoa and loose forward Brad Walker return for Widnes in four changes, with Jay Chapelhow and Jordan Johnstone also back in the side.

They replace Danny Craven, Alex Gerrard, Eamon O'Carroll and Tom Olbison in the 19-man squad.