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Summary

  1. Hull FC v Huddersfield Giants - BBC Radio Humberside
  2. Leigh Centurions v Salford Red Devils - BBC Radio Manchester
  3. Wigan Warriors v Leeds Rhinos - BBC Radio Leeds and BBC Radio Manchester

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

Squads

Leigh Centurions v Salford Red Devils

Leigh (from): Brown, Fleming, Crooks, Dawson, Drinkwater, Hansen, Higham, Hock, Langi, McNally, Maria, Mortimer, Paterson, Pelissier, Richards, Reynolds, Stewart, Tickle, Vea.

Salford (from): Walne, Murdoch-Masila, Murray, O'Brien, Johnson, Bibby, Walne, Jones, Sa'u, Welham, Tasi, Tomkins, Dobson, Evalds, Krasniqi, Lui, Lannon, Carney, Hauraki.

Team news

Leigh Centurions v Salford Red Devils

Leigh Centurions make three changes for the visit of Salford Red Devils in the final round of Super League games before the Super 8s/Qualifiers split.

Matty Fleming, Gregg McNally and new signing Greg Richards replace Lachlan Burr, Harrison Hansen and Sam Hopkins.

Salford, who have already qualified for the top eight, unlike Leigh who are bottom, also make three changes.

Adam Walne, Greg Johnson and Junior Sa'u come in, while forward James Hasson has joined Wakefield.

Squads

Wigan Warriors v Leeds Rhinos

Wigan (from): Bateman, Burgess, Clubb, Davies, Field, Gelling, Gildart, Isa, Leuluai, Marshall, Mcilorum, Nuuausala, O'Loughlin, Powell, Sutton, Tautai, Tomkins, Wells, Williams.

Leeds (from): Golding, Briscoe, Moon, Parcell, Jones-Buchanan, Ablett, Garbutt, Keinhorst, Mullally, Ormondroyd, Baldwinson, Lilley, Smith, Oledzki, Jordan-Roberts, Walker, Sutcliffe, Newman, Whiteley.

Team news

Wigan Warriors v Leeds Rhinos

Callum Field keeps his place as Wigan Warriors stick with the same 19-man squad chosen for last week's game against Warrington Wolves.

Liam Farrell (knee) and Joel Tomkins (groin) are close to returning.

Leeds Rhinos are without 13 players, with Kallum Watkins (knee) and Ryan Hall (concussion) joining Danny McGuire and Rob Burrow on the sidelines.

Harry Newman and Harvey Whiteley are set to make their debuts, while Alex Sutcliffe could also feature.

Leeds, who have already secured a spot in the Super 8s, also include forwards Cameron Smith and Mikolaj Oledzki in their 19 after recalling them from loan spells at Bradford Bulls.

Squads

Hull FC v Huddersfield Giants

Hull FC (from): Shaul, Fonua, Tulmavave, Griffin, Talanoa, Kelly, Sneyd, Taylor, Houghton, Watts, Minichello, Ellis, Connor, Green, Washbrook, Manu, Bowden, Fash, Matongo.

Huddersfield (from): McGillvary, Cudjoem Gaskell, Brough, Rapira, Hinchcliffe, Wakeman, Ferguson, Leeming, Ikahihifo, Roberts, Ta'ai, Clough, Dickinson, McIntosh, Mellor, O'Brian, Ridyard, Rankin.

Team news

Hull FC v Huddersfield Giants

Hull FC captain Gareth Ellis could make a first appearance since April having recovered from a sternum injury.

Chris Green, Albert Kelly and Brad Fash are back in the hosts' squad, while Masi Matongo keeps his place ahead of the dropped Jack Downs.

Huddersfield head coach Rick Stone makes one change to his side, with Martyn Ridyard coming in for Sam Wood.

Ridyard returns to the 19-man squad having been ineligible for the Giants' 26-4 win over Leigh. last Friday.