Wakefield Trinity head to the south of France this Saturday to try and continue their perfect start to the season against a winless Catalans Dragons side.
Trinity have won two out of two of their games so far after a 24-6 win at Hull KR and then a 14-12 win at home to Salford Red Devils.
They make just one change from the game against the Red Devils with off season recruit Jordan Baldwinson replacing Keegan Hirst.
As for Catalans, their season has been disappointing so far. Two defeats from two is not the way they wanted to start considering they were one game away from relegation from the Super League last season.
They started with a 40-12 defeat against one of their relegation rivals last year Widnes Vikings and then were poor again in a 21-12 defeat against St Helens and then in a 36-6 defeat at Hull KR.
They make five changes from that game in Hull with Jodie Broughton, Lambert Belmas, Paul Aiton, Vincent Duport and Luke Walsh dropping out through injury or otherwise. They are replaced by Tony Gigot, cleared to resume his career after a drugs ban, Sam Moa and Benjamin Jullien return from suspension and Louis Anderson and Michael McIlorum return from injury.
The Dragons will hope these welcome boosts can kick start their season.
The match will kick off at 5.15 and the referee will be Gareth Hewer