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St Helens vs Leeds Rhinos: Kick-off, TV channel and predicted line-ups

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Top of the league plays a side hoping to progress towards an all-important place in the top six tonight as St Helens host Leeds – a team they have a very good record against in recent times.

Tune into our live blog to keep up with all the updates from Thursday's St Helens vs Leeds Rhinos double-header, as the women's and men's teams each face off: Women's Super League: St Helens vs Leeds Rhinos (5.30pm kick off); Men's Super League: St Helens vs Leeds Rhinos (8pm kick off)

We take a look at the team news and what is being said ahead of Thursday's women's and men's double-header involving Betfred Super League teams St Helens and Leeds Rhinos, live on Sky Sports... Saints and Rhinos lead the charge for Women's Super League

It will be another step forward for the Women's Super League on Thursday night as St Helens and Leeds provide the opening act of what promises to be an enthralling double-header (5.30pm kick-off).

The latest meeting of the two pre-eminent sides in the competition is not only a rematch of the 2021 Grand Final but also this year's Women's Challenge Cup final, both of which saw Saints emerge victorious.

The Rhinos revival under Rohan Smith took a knock in round in round 15 as they lost to Huddersfield, but a surprise victory over this St Helens side would make that a distant memory. Another loss for Leeds, as well as other results going against them, and they could get cut further adrift of the play-off places.

For St Helens, they will be hoping for their impressive form to continue. Unbeaten since April, Kristian Woolf’s side will be confident Thursday can become another seemingly routine victory as they look to reclaim the League Leaders’ Shield.

Kick-off time and TV channel: The game kicks off at 20:00. It is available to watch live on Sky Sports Arena from 7.30pm and Sky Sports Main Event at 8pm. The women’s match between the two sides is also televised from 5.15pm on Sky Sports Arena (kick-off 5.30pm).

St Helens: There is only one change for Saints from their last game, as Curtis Sironen replaces James Bell in the 21-man squad. Jonny Lomax is named in the squad after being absent for last week’s international which is a boost. Mark Percival and Sione Mata’utia remain on the sidelines. Here is how we expect them to line-up:

Leeds Rhinos: It’s good news for Leeds fans, as Rohan Smith names arguably Leeds’ strongest 21-man squad so far this season. Aidan Sezer returns after a long spell out with a groin injury, alongside Kruise Leeming who comes back after illness. James Bentley also returns to the squad to face his former club, and will likely start. Here is our predicted Rhinos 17 for tonight:

Saints continue to chop and change their side as they aim to fill the void left by Lewis Dodd’s season-ending injury but they should have Morgan Knowles and Jonny Lomax available for this clash after the pair sat out England’s game with the Combined Nations All Stars last week.

21-man squad: 1 Jack Welsby, 2 Tommy Makinson, 3 Will Hopoate, 5 Regan Grace, 6 Jonny Lomax, 8 Alex Walmsley, 9 James Roby, 10 Matty Lees, 12 Joe Batchelor, 13 Morgan Knowles, 14 Joey Lussick, 26 Curtis Sironen, 17 Agnatius Paasi, 19 Jake Wingfield, 21 Josh Simm, 22 Ben Davies, 23 Konrad Hurrell, 24 Dan Norman, 26 Sam Royle, 27 Jon Bennison, 29 Dan Hill

Leeds Rhinos were unable to build on their recent upturn in form as they were comfortably beaten by Huddersfield Giants last time out as they suffered just a second loss in their last six matches.

The Rhinos were unable to live with the quality of the Giants but they could receive a huge boost for this clash with halfback Aidan Sezer named in the 21-man squad following a three-month layoff while James Bentley also returns from suspension.

St. Helens maintained their lead at the top of Super League as they overcame Hull KR last time out. The defending champions have now won their last five league games and while they were not at their best in that success against Rovers, they are still proving very difficult to beat. They will be confident of putting in an improved performance after enjoying a week off for the international weekend with opponents Leeds Rhinos coming into this on the back of a poor loss against Huddersfield Giants. The Rhinos lost for just the second time in six games but the manner of that defeat suggests they still have a long way to go to turn the corner and the quality of the league leaders is likely to be too much for them to deal with.


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