The quartet were all rested for last week’s 42-16 win at York City Knights, but coach Aston could recall all four as he aims to maintain Sheffield’s position at the top of the Kingstone Press Championship.
Aston said: “We’ve got a bit of hunger to turn the negative of a loss in a final into a positive, which is another win at home.”
Leigh coach Paul Rowley is refusing to get carried away, despite his side’s recent climb into third place.
Rowley said: “We’ve had some good wins, but we’re just taking it one game at a time.
“We’re not going to make any rash statements. There are still teams ahead of us and they have to be favourites for the silverware.”