Wakefield Trinity Wildcats final home game of the season will see the visit of Hull FC who are fighting for the top spot of the Super 8s.
In previous meetings between the clubs this season, Hull FC have come out on top with a 22-4 victory back in March at the KC Stadium and a 46-28 victory a Belle Vue in April.
Trinity go into the game on the back of seven consecutive defeats, five of them in the Super 8s campaign. Chris Chester and his squad will be looking at getting back to winning ways and hoping to end the season on a high.
The Airlie Birds have lost their last two Super 8 games against St Helens and Wigan Warriors and are looking to get into the top two of the campaign.
Hull FC Head Coach, Lee Radford has made two changes to his squad with Curtis Naughton and Iafeta Pale’easina being named, they have replaced the injured Frank Pritchard and Mark Minichiello.
Chris Chester has only made the one change with Jacob Miller missing out after having an operation this week; he will be replaced by youngster James Batchelor.
Wildcats 19-man squad: Scott Anderson, Tinirau Arona, Joe Arundel, Matty Ashurst, James Batchelor, David Fifita, Liam Finn, Craig Hall, Ben Harrison, Tom Johnstone, Max Jowitt, Reece Lyne, Jonny Molloy, Nick Scruton, Mickael Simon, Michael Sio, Anthony Tupou, Bill Tupou, Andy Yates
Hull FC 19-man squad: Jamie Shaul, Mahe Fonua, Carlos Tuimavave, Fetuli Talanoa, Marc Sneyd, Scott Taylor, Danny Houghton, Liam Watts, Gareth Ellis, Iafeta Pale’easina, Chris Green, Jordan Thompson, Dean Hadley, Steve Michaels, Curtis Naughton, Sika Manu, Josh Bowden, Kirk Yeaman, Danny Washbrook