Warrington have nothing to play for but pride now, although they will want to send off their departing players with a little joy.
Sam Wilde coming in for Gary Wheeler is the only change made to the Wire squad from last time out.
St Helens (19-man squad): Makinson, Turner, Jones, Swift, Walsh, Masoe, Roby, Amor, Vea, Wilkin, McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Flanagan, Percival, Thompson, Richards, Greenwood, Dawson, Savelio, Quinlan.
Warrington (19-man squad): Asotasi, Atkins, Clark, Currie, Dwyer, Harrison, Hill, Johnson, King, Monaghan, Myler, O’Brien, Penny, Philbin, Ratchford, Sandow, Sims, Westwood, Wilde.
Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook needs one appearance to reach 250 for his career. McCarthy-Scarsbrook has played 150 games for St Helens since 2011, to go with appearances for Harlequins (97, 2006-2010) and England (2, 2008-2009).
St Helens have won all three of the matches between the teams so far this season, including the win at Magic Weekend in May at Newcastle.
Super League Summary:
St Helens won 42 (includes wins in 2010 and 2012 play-offs)
Warrington won 9 (includes win in 2012 play-offs)
St Helens highest score: 72-2 (H, 2002) (also widest margin)
Warrington highest score: 56-22 (H, 2001) (also widest margin)
Last 10 Meetings:
Warrington 14, St Helens 20 (SLR22, 16/7/15)
St Helens 20, Warrington 16 (SLR16, 31/5/15)(at St James’ Park, Newcastle)
St Helens 32, Warrington 24 (SLR6, 19/3/15)
St Helens 12, Warrington 39 (SLR26, 4/9/14)
St Helens 24, Warrington 41 (SLR13, 18/5/14) (at Etihad Stadium, Manchester)
Warrington 8, St Helens 38 (SLR1, 13/2/14)
St Helens 16, Warrington 29 (SLR26, 30/8/13)
St Helens 22, Warrington 48 (SLR16, 25/5/13) (at Etihad Stadium, Manchester)
Warrington 10, St Helens 22 (SLR6, 8/3/13)
St Helens 18, Warrington 36 (SLQSF, 29/9/12)