Yorkshire rivals Wakefield and Leeds meet for the second time in seven days tonight at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium.
Tautai has been out of action since breaking a thumb on only his second appearance for the club, against Wigan at the start of June.
Head coach Brian McDermott has left out hooker Paul McShane, which suggests a new role for his skipper, with Liam Sutcliffe set to continue at stand-off after making a big impression during Sinfield’s absence.
McDermott, who has blooded Sutcliffe, Thomas Minns, Jordan Baldwinson and Alex Foster during the club’s injury crisis, has brought 19-year-old James Duckworth into his 19-man squad as the replacement for centre Kallum Watkins, who injured an ankle in last week’s home win over Wakefield.
Wakefield 19-man squad: Aiton, Amor, Cockayne, Collis, Fox, Kirmond, Lauitiiti, Lyne, Mariano, Mathers, Poore, Raleigh, L Smith, T Smith, Tautai, Trout, Washbrook, Wildie, Wilkes.
Leeds 19-man squad: Ablett, Burrow, Clarkson, Delaney, Duckworth, Hardaker, Foster, Hall, Jones-Bishop, Keinhorst, Kirke, Leuluai, Minns, Moon, Moore, Peacock, Sinfield, Singleton, Sutcliffe.
Prediction: Wakefield will see this game as must win and should make it hard for Leeds, but the champions are hitting some good form. Away win.
2013 meeting – Leeds 20-18 Wakefield (SLR22, 19/7/13)
Hall is currently joint eleventh alongside Lesley Vainikolo – both have 136 touchdowns to their names.
Super League summary:
Wakefield won 5
Leeds won 30 (includes win in 2012 play-offs)
Wakefield highest score: 44-28 (A, 2005) (Widest margin: 38-18, H, 2012)
Leeds highest score: 70-6 (A, 2005) (also widest margin)