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Leeds, in a sense, have nothing to play for given their fight to stay in Super League has been won. Warrington, on the other hand, are jostling at the top for a home draw with Wigan who sit two points in front.
The Wolves have lost four games from their last six which has let the Warriors overtake them, but have their main man Blake Austin back in the fold after a six-week layoff through injury.
Youngster Corey Johnson is set to make his Leeds debut with Adam Cuthbertson, Nathaniel Peteru and Brad Singleton returning to Richard Agar’s 19-man squad. Trent Merrin, Ava Seumanafagai and Brett Ferres drop out. Jack Hughes and Ben Westwood return for Warrington as Lama Tasi and Harvey Livett miss the cut this week.
The Rhinos have won five from nine to steer themselves clear of relegation, but have won just once in their last five home games as have Warrington but away from home. The Wolves need a victory, but Leeds will be no pushovers and they themselves could steal a win if Warrington are not on their game.