Super League Round Three stats preview including Leeds Rhinos v Hull KR

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HERE is the early team news ahead of the latest round of Super League fixtures

Wigan Warriors v Toronto Wolfpack

Toronto Wolfpack's Sonny Bill Williams: Misses Wigan game.

Toronto Wolfpack's Sonny Bill Williams: Misses Wigan game.

Thursday 7.45pm

Team news: Sonny Bill Williams will miss Toronto’s game as he has returned to his native New Zealand for the birth of his fourth child.

Wigan are again without hooker Sam Powell (head knock) and England prop George Burgess (hip). Jake Shorrocks sustained a calf strain in Warriors’ defeat at Castleford last time out and is also out of the squad.

Last meeting: N/A

Last six results: Wigan WLLWL Toronto WWWWLL

Referee: Chris Kendall (Huddersfield)

Match odds: Toronto receive 16 point start

Leeds Rhinos v Hull KR

Friday 7.45pm

Team news: Leeds Rhinos name the same 21-man squad that was announced for the postponed game against Huddersfield Giants meaning captain Stevie Ward remains sidleined with concussion.

Hull KR are without full-back Adam Quinlan (ankle) after he was injured in the derby so Will Dagger comes in while Matt Parcell and Jordan Abdull hope to return. But Mitch Garbutt is still struggling with a knee issue.

Last meeting: Leeds 16 Hull KR 32; July 12

Last six results: Leeds WLWLWL Hull KR LWLLWL

Referee: Tom Grant (Leeds)

Match odds: Hull KR receive 16 point start

Salford Red Devils v Huddersfield Giants

Friday 7.45pm

Team news: Salford’s Kevin Brown has avoided a ban so he is available to face his former team and Mark Flanagan returns to the squad while Huddersfield Giants are set to remain without Jake Wardle (fractured eye socket).

Last meeting: Salford 32 Huddersfield 12; August 11

Last six results: Salford LWWLLW Huddersfield LLWLWW

Referee: James Child (Dewsbury)

Match odds: Huddersfield receive two point start

Catalans Dragons v Castleford Tigers

Saturday 5pm

Team news: Catalans have included new signing Israel Folau in their 21-man squad and said he will make his debut on Saturday. Lewis Tierney is also back from injury but David Mead, Mickael Simon, Sam Moa, Alrix Da Costa, Mickael Goudemand and Tom Davies are all injured.

Castleford welcome back forwards George Griffin and Tyla Hepi from concussions and Mike McMeeken is set for his first appearance of the season after injury. But Adam Milner has suffered an injury in training and could miss the next two weeks while centre Peter Mata’utia completes a two-game ban.

Last meeting: Catalans 37 Castleford 16; April 22

Last six results: Catalans LLLLLL Castleford WLWLWW

Referee: Gareth Hewer (Whitehaven)

Match odds: Castleford receive four point start

Hull FC v St Helens

Sunday 3pm

Team news: Hull FC will be without Chris Satae as he starts a two-game ban and Manu Ma’u (knee) but Gareth Ellis may be in contention for a return.

Last meeting: Hull FC 6 St Helens 22

Last six results: Hull FC LLLLWW St Helens WWWWL

Referee: Liam Moore (Wigan)

Match odds: Hull receive four point start

Wakefield Trinity v Warrington Wolves

Sunday 3pm

Team news: Wakefield Trinity have George King and Jordy Crowther back in contention while Max Jowitt will play full-back with Ryan Hampshire moving to half-back in place of the injured Danny Brough.

Warrington are without suspended captain Chris Hill while Anthony Gelling has been stood down due to an off-field matter but Gareth Widdop could debut.

Last meeting: Warrington 23 Wakefield 16; September 6

Last six results: Wakefield LWLLWL Warrington LWLLLW

Referee: Marcus Griffiths (Widnes)

Match odds: Wakefield receive 10 point start