Catalan v Warrington preview
Warrington welcome back four regulars for Sunday's Carnegie Challenge Cup quarter-final away to Catalan Dragons (kick-off 3.10pm).
The Wolves are still without Adrian Morley, Michael Monaghan and Richie Myler but first-team regulars Lee Briers, Chris Bridge, Ben Westwood and Brett Hodgson make the trip to France after being rested for last Sunday's 24-20 win over Salford.
The Dragons beat Wolves 44-16 in last month's Super League meeting, but the last time they met in the cup - in the 2010 semi-final - Warrington triumphed 54-12 and went on to lift the trophy.
Scrum-half Scott Dureau is in the Catalan squad despite earlier this week being ruled out with a knee injury.
The Australian was hurt during his side's 27-20 Super League win over Huddersfield last Saturday and was diagnosed with a torn meniscus that was expected to sideline him for a fortnight.
However, he was included in coach Trent Robinson's 19-man squad and will undergo a fitness test ahead of the tie at Stade Gilbert Brutus.
The selection mystery is unlikely to fool Warrington coach Tony Smith, who said: "We have prepared for a Catalan team with Dureau and one without him."
The Dragons have recalled veteran hooker Ben Fisher in place of Eloi Pelissier in the only change to the side that beat the Giants last week.
Former Hull KR player Fisher initially joined the Catalans on a two-month loan from Batley but has now had his tenure extended to the end of the season.
Robinson is calling for his in-form Catalan team to produce their best performance yet when they put their 100% home record on the line against the Wolves.
The Dragons impressed against Huddersfield last time out, but Robinson believes they will need to find some improvement if they are to stay on course for a trip to Wembley.
And he is disregarding completely that 44-16 league win over Warrington on Easter Monday.
"They were pretty disappointed with that game but they're getting better and better each week," Robinson said.
"We need a big performance. We want to go through to the semis but we're going to have to play really well, and much better than we did last week, to proceed.
"Obviously it's a big bonus playing at home - that's a big thing for us - but that last game we played won't make any difference to this one."
The Wolves have yet to rediscover the form that took them to the League Leaders' Shield in 2011 but they will go into Sunday's tie in Perpignan on the back of a four-match winning run and hooker Mick Higham believes they are gradually starting to hit their straps.
"We are getting back on track this season," he said. "A good win over there in France, where they have not lost this year, would be a massive performance for us and we are confident of doing it.
"We will go over there, give it our best shot and if we are on our game, I am sure it will be good enough."
Catalan squad: Greenshields, Pryce, Sa, Stacul, Bosc, Dureau, Henderson, Casty, Menzies, Anderson, Raguin, Millard, Simon, Fakir, Paea, Baitieri, Duport, Fisher, Cardace.
Warrington squad: Atkins, Blythe, C. Bridge, Briers, Carvell, Cooper, Currie, Grix, Harrison, Higham, Hill, Hodgson, McCarthy, J. Monaghan, O'Brien, Riley, Waterhouse, Westwood, Wood.