Super League Round 13: Team news, kick-off times & TV coverage

Drew Darbyshire
Gareth Widdop Warrington Wolves

Here is everything you need to know about Round 13 in Super League, including team news, kick-off times and television coverage.

Warrington v St Helens | Thursday | 8pm | Sky Sports Arena

Josh Charnley Warrington Wolves
Josh Charnley has been dropped

Warrington coach Daryl Powell has made three changes to his side that lost 40-8 at Catalans Dragons in Super League on Saturday. Gareth Widdop, Ellis Robson and Luke Thomas come into the fold. Josh Charnley has been dropped, whilst Josh Thewlis and Danny Walker are ruled out with injury.

St Helens coach Kristian Woolf has made just one change to his squad. Utility back Danny Hill replaces fellow youngster Jumah Samou.

Warrington: Ashton, Bullock, D Clark, J Clark, Cooper, Currie, Davis, Dean, Holmes, King, Longstaff, Magoulias, Mata’utia, Mulhern, Philbin, Ratchford, Robson, Thomas, Widdop, Williams, Wrench.

St Helens: Welsby, Makinson, Percival, Lomax, Walmsley, Roby, Lees, Mata’utia, Batchelor, Knowles, Lussick, McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Sironen, Paasi, Wingfield, Bell, Simm, Davies, Hurrell, Norman, Hill.

CONFIRMED: Josh Charnley to leave Warrington at end of season

Huddersfield v Toulouse | Friday | 7:45pm

Corey Norman
Corey Norman could make his Toulouse debut

Huddersfield could welcome back a number of key players this week including Jermaine McGillvary, Chris Hill, Josh Jones, Luke Yates, Seb Ikahihifo, Leroy Cudjoe and Jack Cogger. The Giants will have an eye on the Challenge Cup final against Wigan the following week.

Corey Norman could make his debut for Toulouse after coming out of retirement to join the French Super League club last month.

Huddersfield: McGillvary, Wardle, Leutele, Golding, Lolohea, Hill, Levi, Lawrence, Jones, Yates, English, Greenwood, Cogger, Trout, Ikahihifo, O’Brien, Wilson, Cudjoe, Russell, Senior, Hewitt.

Toulouse: Schaumkel, Jussaume, Marcon, Norman, Albert, Navarrete, Hansen, Dixon, Marion, Pelissier, Puech, Garbutt, Cunningham, Hankinson, Springer, Sangare, Russell, Ashall-Bott, Stefani, Alvaro.

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Leeds v Wakefield | Friday | 8pm

Liam Sutcliffe Leeds Rhinos

Utility Liam Sutcliffe and prop Tom Holroyd are set to come in for Rohan Smith’s side this week.

Wakefield captain Jacob Miller returns for Friday having completed his suspension. Winger Tom Lineham is also back in the mix for Trinity.

Leeds: Fusitu’a, Sutcliffe, Handley, Austin, Oledzki, Leeming, Bentley, Martin, Tetevano, Dwyer, Myler, Smith, Holroyd, Thompson, Gannon, Walters, Broadbent, O’Connor, Donaldson, Sinfield, Hardaker.

Wakefield: Jowitt, Lyne, Lineham, Miller, Lino, Battye, Hood, Arona, Ashurst, Tanginoa, Pitts, Crowther, Whitbread, Batchelor, Gaskell, Kay, Aydin, Hall, Minns, Butler, Fifita.

RHINOS: Salford spot early Leeds frailties under new boss Rohan Smith

Salford v Castleford | Friday | 8pm | Sky Sports Arena

King Vuniyayawa Salford Red Devils SWpix
King Vuniyayawa in action for Salford | Photo: Will Palmer/SWpix

Salford will be without Fiji international King Vuniyayawa for Friday’s home match. Sam Luckley had Covid last week and the return-to-play protocol means he misses this week too.

Castleford coach Lee Radford has made one change to his squad. Young prop Sam Hall replaces Liam Watts, who begins the first of a two-match suspension.

Salford: Brierley, Sio, Watkins, Lafai, Burgess, Croft, Sneyd, Akauola, Ackers, Burke, Taylor, Addy, Lannon, Livett, Atkin, Ormondroyd, Costello, Escare, Bourouh, Cross, Dupree.

Castleford: Olpherts, Mamo, Trueman, Richardson, McShane, Lawler, Edwards, Milner, Westerman, Massey, Griffin, Fonua, Smith, Eden, Blair, Matagi, Hampshire, Martin, Hall, O’Brien, Qareqare.

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Hull KR v Catalans | Saturday | 12:30pm | Channel 4

Frankie Halton Hull KR

Tony Smith welcomes back impressive back-rower Frankie Halton to his squad following an ankle injury.

Catalans have named an unchanged squad that defeated Warrington 40-8 last Saturday.

Hull KR: Coote, Brooks, Kenny-Dowall, Hall, Vete, King, Hadley, Storton, Litten, Johnson, Sims, Minchella, Keinhorst, Dagger, Milnes, Maher, Ryan, Richards, Halton, Tate, Cavanaugh.

Catalans: Mourgue, Davies, Yaha, Pearce, Dudson, McIlorum, Bousquet, Whitley, Garcia, Da Costa, Jullien, Seguier, Goudemand, Laguerre, Romano, May, Napa, Dezaria, Chan, Kasiano, Tomkins.

Hull FC v Wigan | Saturday | 3pm

Kane Evans Hull FC

Brett Hodgson has named two changes to his squad that faced St Helens last Friday. Kane Evans and Cam Scott both return. 

Wigan head coach Matt Peet welcomes back several players following their defeat to Huddersfield, including full-back Jai Field. Young Matty Nicholson retains his place following his brace of tries on debut at the John Smith’s Stadium.

Hull: Connor, Swift, Tuimavave, Griffin, McIntosh, Reynolds, Gale, Sao, Houghton, Satae, Ma’u, Lane, Lovodua, Evans, Brown, Johnstone, Bowden, Wynne, Scott, Shaul, Taylor.

Wigan: French, Bibby, Thornley, Marshall, Cust, Singleton, Mago, Isa, Farrell, Bateman, Smithies, Smith, Partington, Havard, Byrne, Shorrocks, Field, Miski, Halsall, O’Neill, Nicholson

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