Wakefield Trinity and Leeds Rhinos go head to head in another West Yorkshire tussle as both clubs hope to climb the table.
The home side are looking to keep up the pace in the race for the playoffs, whilst Leeds hope to pull further clear of relegation trouble.
The Rhinos will come into the game more rested as they were not in Challenge Cup action at the weekend. Their last game was their enthralling 24-22 win over London Broncos at Magic Weekend.
Wakefield on the other hand, come in off the back of a humbling 48-10 defeat to St Helens in the Challenge Cup this weekend.
Trinity have made two changes as David Fifita and Junior Sau are available again. Fifita has been out since Magic Weekend with an ankle injury and Sau was cup tied for their cup defeat last week.
Meanwhile, the Rhinos welcome back three senior players as Konrad Hurrell, Tui Lolohea and Brett Ferres all return from injury.
The match kicks off at 7.45pm.