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Leeds are now free from relegation fears after a period of uncertainty. Richard Agar has done a fantastic job at the Rhinos and Salford have their work cut out to maintain their momentum going into the play-offs.
Leeds have won three of their last four games to climb to 8th, just four points off Catalans in 7th. Salford, meanwhile, have won six games on the trot for the first time in the Super League era and now reside in fourth and are just one win off confirming a play-off spot for the first time since 2006.
Salford forward George Griffin has recovered from injury and returns to the 19-man squad along with Josh Wood whilst Leeds boss Richard Agar names an unchanged lineup.
Both Salford and Leeds have one win apiece in fixtures between the two sides this season, but the Red Devils are certainly in a richer vein of form. If Jackson Hastings is on song, Salford could push all the way to Old Trafford, though Leeds will be no pushovers.