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Summary

  1. Salford Red Devils v Hull FC - BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, BBC Radio Manchester & BBC Radio Humberside
  2. St Helens v Widnes Vikings - BBC Radio Merseyside

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Team line-ups

    St Helens v Widnes Vikings

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

    Widnes Vikings (from): Buchanan, Cahill, J Chapelhow, Chase, Craven, Dudson, Hanbury, Heremaia, Houston, Ince, Johnson, Johnstone, Manuokafoa, Marsh, O'Carrol, Olbison, Runciman, Thompson, Whitley.

  2. Team news

    St Helens v Widnes Vikings

    St Helens head coach Justin Holbrook has named the same 19-man squad that lost to Castleford with Theo Fages expected to feature after being rested.

    Former Harlequins prop Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook is set to makes his 300th career appearance.

    Widnes are without centre Chris Bridge who will serve a one-match ban for throwing in their win over Catalans.

    Head coach Denis Betts has made three changes with Danny Craven, Jack Johnson and Eamon O'Carroll coming in.

    The Vikings have won their past two games and beat Saints 16-14 in the reverse fixture in April.

  3. Team line-ups

    Salford Red Devils v Hull FC

    Salford Red Devils (from): Bibby, Brining, T Carney, Dobson, Evalds, Griffin, Hasson, Hauraki, Kopczak, Krasniqi, Lannon, Lui, Murdoch-Masila, Murray, O'Brien, Sa'u, Tasi, L Tomkins, Welham.

    Hull FC (from): Shaul, Fonua, Tuimavave, Griffin, Talanoa, Kelly, Houghton, Watts, Connor, Green, Thompson, Washbrook, Michaels, Manu, Rawsthorne, Turgut, Downs, Fash, Matongo.

  4. Team news

    Salford Red Devils v Hull FC

    Salford make one change to their squad for the visit of Hull FC, with Daniel Murray coming in for Greg Johnson.

    The second-placed Red Devils were on a seven-match winning run until defeat by Wakefield in their last game.

    Hull FC recall centre Mahe Fonua, who is joining NRL side Wests Tigers at the end of the season.

    Josh Griffin and Liam Watts return after serving one-match bans but Scott Taylor, Marc Sneyd and captain Gareth Ellis are all out injured.