Wakefield are the only team that Catalans have beaten away from home this season, and they will be looking to achieve a rare double over a rival Super League side.
The Wildcats will hope that new coach Brian Smith can give Trinity a boost as he beds down into his new role.
Catalans (19-man squad): Escare, Pomeroy, Dureau, Elima, Henderson, Casty, Anderson, Mounis, Bosc, Lima, Pelissier, Whitehead, Garcia, Cardace, Maria, Baitieri, Yaha, Gigot, Inu
Wakefield (19-man squad): Annakin, Arundel, Godinet, Johnstone, Jowitt, Kavanagh, Kirke, Kirmond, Lyne, McShane, Miller, Molloy, Owen, Riley, Ryan, Scruton, Simon, T Smith, Washbrook
Catalans back rower Elliott Whitehead has scored tries in the Dragons’ last three meetings with Wakefield (2-3-1).
Wakefield have lost their last 15 Super League matches. Their last league win was 44-24 at home to Hull Kingston Rovers on 15 February.
Super League Summary:
Catalans Dragons won 11 (includes win in 2009 play-offs)
Wakefield won 11
Catalans Dragons highest score: 42-22 (A, 2011) (Widest margin: 40-4, A, 2015)
Wakefield highest score: 56-14 (H, 2014) (also widest margin)
Last 10 meetings:
Wakefield 4, Catalans Dragons 40 (SLR8, 2/4/15)
Catalans Dragons 40, Wakefield 6 (SLR21, 19/7/14)
Wakefield 56, Catalans Dragons 14 (SLR4, 9/3/14)
Wakefield 30, Catalans Dragons 12 (SLR14, 4/5/13)
Catalans Dragons 29, Wakefield 22 (SLR5, 2/3/13)
Catalans Dragons 34, Wakefield 10 (SLR19, 30/6/12)
Wakefield 32, Catalans Dragons 22 (SLR7, 25/3/12)
Wakefield 22, Catalans Dragons 42 (SLR15, 29/5/11)
Catalans Dragons 14, Wakefield 38 (SLR2, 19/2/11)
Catalans Dragons 30, Wakefield 23 (SLR18, 19/6/10)