Super League briefing
Team news and statistics ahead of this weekend's action in Super League:
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Sunday - Castleford (12) v Catalan Dragons (5)
Castleford are at full strength, with the exception of the suspended Rangi Chase, with prop Keith Mason having recovered from a hamstring injury that forced him to miss the last two matches. Half-back Gareth O'Brien will play after passing a head test.
Catalan have co-captain Gregory Mounis back from a finger injury that forced him to miss last week's defeat at Warrington but full-back Brent Webb is suspended, along with prop Julian Bousquet. Darrell Millward or Thomas Bosc are the other full-back options open to coach Laurent Frayssinous.
Last season: Castleford 26 Catalan Dragons 46, Catalan Dragons 28 Castleford 20.
Last six league matches: Castleford L L L L W L ; Catalan Dragons W W W W W L.
Top tryscorers: Jake Webster (Castleford) 2; Steve Menzies (Catalan Dragons) 3.
Top goalscorers: Jamie Ellis (Castleford) 9; Thomas Bosc (Catalan Dragons) 12.
Salford (14) v Hull KR (10)
Salford will give a debut to prop Darrell Griffin, who has joined them on loan from Leeds, while skipper Stephen Wild and winger Danny Williams return from injury, but centre Martin Gleeson must wait to make his debut as he continues his recovery from a hamstring injury.
Hull KR have hooker Lincoln Withers back recovering from a head wound that required 18 stitches and forced him to miss last week's win over Widnes. Centre Liam Salter also returns in place of Chris Heil after recovering from a dead leg.
Last season: Hull KR 22 Salford 24, Salford 10 Hull KR 18.
Last six league matches: Salford L L L L L L; Hull KR L L L L L W.
Top tryscorers: Niall Evalds and Ashley Gibson (Salford) 2; Omari Caro, Michael Dobson, Craig Hall and Josh Hodgson (Hull KR) 2.
Top goalscorers: Jack Murphy (Salford) 1; Michael Dobson (Hull KR) 12.
Wakefield (6) v Huddersfield (1)
Wakefield centre Lee Smith makes his first appearance of the season after recovering from a compound fracture of his thumb. He replaces Reece Lyne, who has a pectoral injury. Forward Chris Annakin is hoping to make his home debut after impressing in last week's win at London.
Huddersfield are set to give a debut to former Widnes prop forward Anthony Mullally in place of Craig Kopczak, who has a neck injury. Coach Paul Anderson also includes former Wakefield winger Luke George and 18-year-old prop Josh Johnson in his 19-man squad.
Last season: Huddersfield 14 Wakefield 35, Wakefield 14 Huddersfield 32.
Last six league matches: Wakefield W W W L W W; Huddersfield L L W W W W.
Top tryscorers: Ben Cockayne (Wakefield) 5; Brett Ferres and Shaun Lunt (Huddersfield) 3.
Top goalscorers: Paul Sykes (Wakefield) 9; Danny Brough (Huddersfield) 15.
Wigan (7) v London Broncos (13)
Wigan have included full-back Sam Tomkins in their 19-man squad after he missed last week's defeat at Huddersfield with a shoulder problem, while second rower Chris Tuson makes his first appearance of the season after recovering from a quad injury. Centre Darrell Goulding is ill and winger Anthony Gelling injured.
Former Hull KR hooker Ben Fisher is set to make his Broncos debut while utility back Dan Sarginson is in line for his first appearance of the season after gaining match fitness with Hemel Stags. Full-back Luke Dorn returns in place of Michael Robertson while Alex Hurst and Jamie O'Callaghan also miss out.
Last season: London Broncos 6 Wigan 44, Wigan 42 London Broncos 30.
Last six league matches: Wigan W W L W D L; London Broncos W L W L L L.
Top tryscorers: Josh Charnley, Liam Farrell and Sam Tomkins (Wigan) 3; Kieran Dixon (London Broncos) 2.
Top goalscorers: Pat Richards (Wigan) 8; Kieran Dixon (London Broncos) 1.