Match Preview

Monday 2nd April 2018, 15:05
Super League - Round: 9
Scheduled for TV

Round: 9  Official: C Kendall  Venue: Halton Stadium

Scheduled for TV

Widnes Vikings

Widnes Vikings VS. St Helens

St Helens

19 Man Squad

Widnes Vikings 19 Man Squad St Helens 19 Man Squad
Marsh1Lomax
Runciman2 Makinson
Brand3 Morgan
Gilmore4 Percival
Gerrard5 Fages
Farnworth6 Smith
Craven7 Roby
Olbison8 Amor
Wilde9 Taia
Burke10 Wilkin
Leuluai11 McCarthy-Scarsbrook
Johnstone12 Douglas
Ince13 Knowles
D. Walker14 Thompson
Chamberlain15 Peyroux
T. Chapelhow16 Richardson
B. Walker17 Grace
Heremaia18 Lees
Albert.19 Barba.

Stats over last 8 encounters

Widnes Vikings   St Helens
110 TOTAL POINTS 175
2 TOTAL WINS 6
6 TOTAL LOSES 2
0 TOTAL DRAWS 0
15 TOTAL TRIES 29
10 TOTAL GOALS 21
0 TOTAL DROP GOALS 1

Head to Head

Last 8 Meetings
19th May 2018: St Helens win 38-18 at St James' Park
2nd April 2018: St Helens win 28-6 at Halton Stadium
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

Widnes Vikings coach Denis Betts brings in Danny Craven for full-back Rhys Hanbury and also recalls Alex Gerrard, Ryan Ince, Macgraff Leuluai, Danny Walker and Wellington Albert. Krisnan Inu, Gil Dudson and Chris Houston are among the players to drop out.

St Helens coach Justin Holbrook is set to give veteran scrum-half Matty Smith his first appearance of the season and young forward Matty Lees is also handed a recall.

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