Props Remi Casty and Julian Bousquet are both absent with injuries, however.
For Castleford, new signing Ben Roberts could make his debut, after being included in the 19-man squad. He is keen to get into action.
“After a disappointing result last week I’m hoping to make my Super League debut this Saturday,” he said.
“We know Catalan will give us a tough challenge but our boys have knuckled down hard this week and we are up for it.”
Catalans Dragons (19-man squad):
Escaré, Duport, Pomeroy, Tonga, Oldfield, Carney, Dureau, Elima,Henderson, Taia, Anderson, Mounis, Bosc, Lima, Pelissier, Whitehead, Garcia, Maria, Baitieri.
Boyle, Clare, Carney, Channing, Crossley, Finn, Gale, Holmes, Lynch, Massey, Millington, Moore, Moors, Roberts, Shenton, Solomona, Tansey, Webster, Wheeldon.
Catalans Dragons have won their last four home meetings with Castleford, with the Tigers’ last away win against the Dragons coming 20-16 on 13 March, 2010. Catalans’ Morgan Escare has scored tries in the Dragons’ last three meetings with Castleford (1-1-2).
Super League Summary:
Catalans Dragons won 10
Castleford won 7
Catalans Dragons highest score: 54-20 (H, 2011) (Widest margin: 51-14, H, 2006)
Castleford highest score: 34-28 (H, 2006); 34-18 (MM, 2010); 34-24 (H, 2011) (Widest margin: 32-6, H, 2014)
Last Ten Meetings:
Catalans Dragons 28, Castleford 6 (SLR27, 13/9/14)
Castleford 32, Catalans Dragons 6 (SLR2, 23/2/14)
Catalans Dragons 39, Castleford 30 (SLR15, 18/5/13)
Castleford 17, Catalans Dragons 17 (SLR4, 24/2/13)
Castleford 26, Catalans Dragons 46 (SLR26, 2/9/12)
Catalans Dragons 28, Castleford 20 (SLR3, 18/2/12)
Catalans Dragons 54, Castleford 20 (SLR19, 25/6/11)
Castleford 34, Catalans Dragons 24 (SLR5, 12/3/11)
Castleford 24, Catalans Dragons 20 (SLR17, 15/6/10)
Castleford 34, Catalans Dragons 18 (SLR13, 2/5/10)
(at Murrayfield, Edinburgh)