As well as beating Saints heavily, Rovers are also relying on Leeds giving the Catalans Dragons a real hiding at Headingley.
St Helens (19-man squad): Turner, Jones, Swift, Burns, Walsh, Masoe, Amor, Vea, McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Walmsley, Flanagan, Percival, Thompson, Richards, Greenwood, Dawson, Savelio, Charnock, Quinlan.
Hull KR (19-man squad): Dixon, Cockayne, Mantellato, Sio, Blair, Walker, Horne, McCarthy, Donaldson, Burke, Salter, Welham, Green, Ollett, Boudebza, Lunt, Tilse, Puletua, Chisholm.
Jordan Turner needs one try to reach a career century of touchdowns. His total of 99 has been scored as follows: 24 for Salford (2006-2009), 34 for Hull FC (2010-2012), 39 for St Helens (2013-2015) and two for England Knights (2012).
Mose Masoe has the longest run of consecutive appearances amongst Super League players, with 54. Masoe made his Saints debut as a substitute in a 38-18 win against Hull KR at Langtree Park on 7 March, 2014. He is an ever-present in the St Helens side since then.
Super League Summary:
Last 10 meetings:
Hull KR 24, St Helens 22 (SLR7, 27/3/15)
Hull KR 40, St Helens 10 (SLR19, 6/7/14)
St Helens 38, Hull KR 18 (SLR4, 7/3/14)
St Helens 46, Hull KR 10 (SLEPO, 14/9/13)
St Helens 12, Hull KR 24 (SLR20, 28/6/13)
Hull KR 26, St Helens 18 (CCR4, 20/4/13)
Hull KR 22, St Helens 14 (SLR11, 7/4/13)
St Helens 34, Hull KR 28 (SLR19, 29/6/12)
Hull KR 36, St Helens 36 (SLR3, 19/2/12)
Hull KR 24, St Helens 22 (SLR25, 21/8/11)