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St Helens v Catalans Dragons: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

St Helens will be eager to extend their lead at the top of the Super League table when they play hosts to the Catalans Dragons on Friday night.

Catalans have impressed in this fixture of late but their recent struggles on the road suggests a tough test awaits the Perpignan outfit on Merseyside.

St Helens v Catalans Dragons

How to watch St Helens v Catalans Dragons and TV channel

St Helens v Catalans Dragons is available to watch on Sky Sports Main Event.

St Helens v Catalans Dragons kick-off time, date and venue

St Helens v Catalans Dragons will kick-off at 20:00 on Friday 31st May at the Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens.

St Helens v Catalans Dragons stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Catalans have won all of their last five games against St Helens.

The Dragons have conceded exactly 30 points in their last two Super League away matches against Leigh Leopards and Wigan Warriors.

Saints are on a four-game Super League winning streak at home, with their last loss at the Totally Wicked Stadium in this competition coming against Salford Red Devils on back on 8th March.

St Helens v Catalans Dragons head-to-head record (H2H)

St Helens wins




Catalans Dragons wins


*H2H stats refer to all competitions.

Read the latest tips, predictions and odds for St Helens v Catalans Dragons.

St Helens v Catalans Dragons team news

St Helens team news

Skipper Jonny Lomax will miss Friday’s game after suffering a fractured hand in the win over Leeds Rhinos last time out.

Joe Batchelor was also injured in the 40-10 win over Leeds and is set to be sidelined for the next eight to nine weeks with ankle ligament damage.

Prop Agnatius Paasi is available to play again after recovering from ankle ligament, ACL and MCL injuries.

Catalans Dragons team news

Ben Garcia, Paul Seguier and Jordan Dezaria all returned from injuries to play for the Dragons against Warrington Wolves last time out.

Veteran hooker Micky McIlorum missed the 16-8 loss to Warrington and Friday’s clash at St Helens comes too soon for the injured former Wigan Warriors player.

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