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  1. Squads

    Salford Red Devils v Leigh Centurions (15:00 BST)

    Salford Red Devils: Walne, Murdoch-Masila, Kopczak, O'Brien, Griffin, Johnson, Wood, Jones, Sa'u, J Carney, Welham, Tasi, Mossop, Tomkins, Flanagan, Dobson, Krasniqi, Lui, T Carney.

    Leigh Centurions: Brown, Higson, Crooks, Dawson, Ridyard, Higham, Weston, Stewart, Hansen, Pelissier, Tickle, Vea, McNally, Hampshire, Reynolds, Green, Hopkins, Acton, Burr.

  2. Team news

    Salford Red Devils v Leigh Centurions (15:00 BST)

    Salford Red Devils have named the same matchday squad that scored over 50 points in their last outing at Hull FC.

    Ian Watson's side sit second in the Super League table after four consecutive wins in their best start to a season in a number of years.

    Adam Higson, Dayne Weston, Jamie Acton come in for a Leigh side who have lost their last three games in a row.

    The Centurions have not won at Salford in their last 12 visits, a run which stretches back to 1983.

    Second-row Danny Tickle need three more points to reach 2,500 during his career.

  3. Squads

    Castleford Tigers v Wakefield Trinity (14:30 BST)

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

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

  4. Team news

    Castleford Tigers v Wakefield Trinity (14:30 BST)

    Castleford Tigers coach Daryl Powell makes one change from the team that beat Wigan.

    Captain Michael Shenton (back) drops out for the Super League leaders and in comes Grant Millington, who is available after a head injury.

    Wakefield Trinity make two changes from the win over struggling Widnes.

    James Batchelor and Anthony Walker drop out to be replaced by Anthony England and Mason Caton-Brown as Trinity look to secure a fourth successive victory.