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Friday 9th June 2017, 20:00
Super League - Round: 18
 

Round: 18  Official: S Mikalauskas  Venue: Totally Wicked Stadium

 

St Helens

St Helens VS. Widnes Vikings

Widnes Vikings

19 Man Squad

St Helens 19 Man Squad Widnes Vikings 19 Man Squad
Lomax1Thompson
Makinson2 Runciman
Morgan3 O'Carroll
Percival4 Buchanan
Swift5 Houston
Fages6 Whitley
Smith7 Cahill
Walmsley8 Dudson
Roby9 Marsh
Amor10 Manuokafoa
Wilkin11 Johnson
McCarthy-Scarsbrook12 J. Chapelhow
Douglas13 Olbison
Thompson14 Ince
Lee15 Johnstone
Peyroux16 Craven
Knowles17 Heremaia
Grace18 Wilde
Taia19 Chase.

Stats over last 8 encounters

St Helens   Widnes Vikings
179 TOTAL POINTS 122
6 TOTAL WINS 2
2 TOTAL LOSES 6
0 TOTAL DRAWS 0
28 TOTAL TRIES 18
25 TOTAL GOALS 10
1 TOTAL DROP GOALS 0

Head to Head

Last 8 Meetings
9th June 2017: St Helens win 26-10 at Totally Wicked Stadium
21st April 2017: Widnes Vikings win 16-14 at Select Security Stadium Halton
18th September 2016: St Helens win 21-8 at Select Security Stadium Halton
8th July 2016: St Helens win 12-10 at Langtree Park
28th March 2016: St Helens win 20-12 at Select Security Stadium Halton
24th January 2016: Widnes Vikings win 30-16 at Langtree Park
28th June 2015: St Helens win 36-20 at Langtree Park
24th April 2015: St Helens win 34-16 at Langtree Park, St Helens

Half-back Theo Fages is back for St Helens after being rested at Castleford Tigers last week which means a reshuffle with Jonny Lomax moving to full-back and Tommy Makinson reverting to the wing.

Widnes Vikings coach Denis Betts has made three changes to his 19-man squad with Jack Johnson, Eamon O'Carroll and Danny Craven replacing Rhys Hanbury, Danny Walker and Chris Bridge.

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