All change for Warriors
Challenge Cup winners Wigan will be virtually unrecognisable when they meet Hull in Friday's Super League re-match at the DW Stadium.
With the Warriors unable to finish in the top two, coach Shaun Wane takes the opportunity to rest the bulk of his regulars, including Sam Tomkins, who has played just one Super League game in the last two months.
Wane's initial 19-man squad includes just six members of his Wembley line-up alongside youngsters Lewis Tierney, Ryan Hampshire, Joe Burgess, George Williams, James Greenwood and Dominic Manfredi, who have just 10 Super League appearances between them.
Also in the reckoning are former British and Irish Lions forward Andy Powell, who has made two appearances since switching codes, and fellow Welshman Rhodri Lloyd, who played on loan for London Broncos against Wigan in the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup.
Hull have made just four changes, all of them enforced, from the side that lost 16-0 at Wembley.
Skipper Gareth Ellis and props Mark O'Meley and Andy Lynch are injured while hooker or half-back Aaron Heremaia is suspended.
Heremaia, who was a substitute at Wembley, has been given a one-match ban for a dangerous lift on Wigan captain Sean O'Loughlin an hour into Saturday's final.
Heremaia, who has missed only one match this season, submitted an early-guilty plea to the grade B offence.
Josh Bowden, Chris Green and Paul Johnson are vying to fill the front-row vacancies, while coach Peter Gentle has called up youngsters Dean Hadley and Liam Kent and veteran half-back Richard Horne, who has been out for three months with a foot injury.