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The Super Preview - Australian Rugby league News
globalrugbyleague - Sat, 26 May 2007 09:59:00 GMT
Round 15 of the English Super League could see three sides drop out of the top six, and a new league leader.
The Bank Holiday weekend in England means that the round stretches out till Monday when Warrington plot to topple St. Helens.
Huddersfield can make it ten straight wins if they defeat bottom club Salford on Friday night.
The Reds have this week sacked ex head coach Karl Harrison, as it is becoming more likely every week that Salford will take the plunge.
Shaun McRae is emerging as the favourite to take the Salford job, whoever comes in will have to sort out a defence that has conceded 162 points in their last three games.
Salford 20 man squad: Hodgson, Viane, McGuinness, Littler, Wilshere, Dorn, Robinson, Coley, Berthezene, Korkidas, Brocklehurst, Jewitt, Finnigan, Adamson, Gower, Turner, Williams, Nash.
Huddersfield 20 man squad: Reilly, Aspinwall, Lolesi, Brown, Thorman, Paul, Crabtree, Drew, Skandalis, Nero, Raleigh, Wild, Jones, Jackson, Mason, Griffin, Hudson, Snitch.
Fifth placed Wigan take on Hull FC at the JJB Stadium on Saturday.
The Warriors welcome back second row Bryan Fletcher from a calf injury. Joel Tomkins and Michael Withers miss out through injury.
Ex Wigan lads Danny Tickle and Wayne Godwin are included in Peter Sharp’s 18 man squad to face their former team mates.
Hull’s only change from their win over Leeds is the inclusion of Scott Wheeldon in place of Paul King. An away win would move the Yorkshire side into the top six and above Wigan.
Wigan 18 man squad: Ashton, Calderwood, Bailey, Richards, Barrett, Leuluai, Fielden, Higham, Paleaaesina, Hock, Fletcher, O'Loughlin, Vaealiki, Millard, Prescott, Hansen, Goulding, O'Carroll.
Hull FC 18 man squad: Briscoe, Carvell, Domic, Dowes, Hall, Lee, R. Horne, Radford, Tony, Wheeldon, Maiava, Manu, Godwin, Tickle, Swain, Raynor, Yeaman, Sing.
Wakefield take on Les Catalans on Sunday.

The Wildcats will be without Sean Gleeson and Kevin Henderson through injury. Adam Watene and Tevita Leo-Latu return for John Kear’s outfit.
The Dragons are unchanged from their 66-6 demolition of bottom side Salford last weekend.
Wakefield 20 man squad: Demetriou, Atkins, Rooney, Jeffries, Watene, Obst, Catic, MacGillivray, Ferres, P. March, D. March, Bibey, Elima, Latu, Blaymire, Fox, Golden, Moore, White, Gleeson.
Les Catalans 20 man squad: A. Bentley, K. Bentley, Bosc, Casty, Chan, Fakir, Gossard, Greenshields, Griffi, Guisset, Jones, Khattabi, McGuire, Mogg, Mounis, Murphy, Quigley, Teixido, Touxagas, Wilson.

Third placed Bradford face London based Harlequins RL on Sunday.
The Bulls will be without the suspended Terry Newton and scrum half Paul Deacon will take a late fitness test, hoping to recover from a quadricep injury.
Full back and Bradford’s leading try scorer for Super League XII Michael Platt returns to Steve McNamara’s 20.
For the Quins Jon Grayshon and Rob Purdham miss out through injury. Returning to Brian McDermott’s 20 are Londoners Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook and Joe Mbu.

Bradford 20 man squad: Morrison, Burgess, McKenna, Crookes, I. Harris, McAvoy, Evans, Halley, B. Harris, Hawkyard, Kopczak, James, Deacon, Vagana, Vainikolo, St Hilaire, Solomona, Platt, Lynch, Henderson.
Harlequins RL 20 man squad: Burgess, Clubb, Gafa, Heckenberg, Hopkins, Mbu, McCarthy-Scarsbrook, McLinden, Melling, Mills, Orr, Randall, Rinaldi, A. Smith, T. Smith, Sykes, Temata, Walsh, Wells, Worrincy.
Following their away win at Wigan, Hull KR take on table toppers Leeds at Craven Park on Sunday.
The Robins are set to hand a debut to prop Ryan Tandy, whilst Ben Cockayne and Chris Chester face late fitness tests.
The Rhinos welcome back hooker Matt Diskin and youngster Ryan Hall is included in Tony Smith’s 20 after a solid debut last weekend against Hull FC.
Hull KR 20 man squad: Cockayne, Hardman, Goddard, Dyer, Ford, Cooke, Webster, Tandy, Fisher, Vella, J. Netherton, O'Neill, Gene, Gannon, Tangata-Toa, Aizue, Murrell, Chester, Lennon, Ward.
Leeds 20 man squad: Webb, Donald, Toopi, Senior, Smith, McGuire, Burrow, Leuluai, Diskin, Peacock, Jones-Buchanan, Ellis, Sinfield, Thackray, Bailey, Kirke, Williams, Ablett, Tansey, Hall.
Warrington take on St. Helens on what should be a Bank Holiday Monday cracker.
Saints can go straight to the top if Leeds lose to Hull KR and Daniel Anderson’s men can overcome Warrington’s test.
The Wolves are still without half backs Chris Bridge and Mike Sullivan. Saints are without talisman Sean Long.
Warrington 20 man squad: Reardon, Fa'afili, Mark Gleeson, Johnson, Grose, Briers, Leikvoll, Clarke, Rauhihi, Morley, Westwood, Anderson, Martin Gleeson, Parker, Wood, Barnett, Pickersgill, Bracek, Harrison, Wainwright.
St. Helens 20 man squad: Wellens, Gardner, Gidley, Talau, Meli, Pryce, Fozzard, Cunningham, Cayless, Gilmour, Wilkin, Sculthorpe, Roby, Graham, Hargreaves, Smith, Clough, Fa'asavalu, Tyrer, McGilvray.THE RICH ROUND 15 TIPS: Giants to beat Reds by 40. Warriors to beat Hull FC by 2. Dragons to beat Wildcats by 12. Quins to beat Bulls by 6. Rhinos to beat Hull KR by 12. Saints to beat Wolves by 12. - Read More, Here