It’s all on the line.
With so much at stake, Salford Red Devils welcome title-chasing Catalans Dragons to the Salford Stadium.
Quite simply; a win tonight coupled with a Warrington Wolves loss would confirm playoff rugby league for the second consecutive season.
Anything else would bring our 2023 campaign to a close.
The Dragons also need results elsewhere to go in their favour.
A win for Steve McNamara’s men – with Wigan Warriors falling to defeat at Leigh Leopards – would hand the French outfit the League Leaders’ Shield.
Here’s everything you need to know before this mammoth clash:
Just one change to the squad who made a long trip to East Hull last Saturday.
Brad Singleton – who received a one-match ban from the MRP – is back available for selection and will be a massive boost to Paul Rowley’s forward pack.
Unfortunately, Shane Wright and Alex Gerrard both remain long-term absentees.
Reflecting on Saturday’s performance, Assistant Coach, Krisnan Inu was adamant that the team need to improve if they’re to beat a team of Catalans’ calibre.
“No excuse. We didn’t turn up with the right attitude and we didn’t perform well,” Inu said when asked about our performance against Hull KR.
“Whether you train five times a week or you train once, you know your job and that’s to hold the ball and score more points than the other team.”
He continued: “It’s a big game for everyone this round.
“Catalans are fighting for the top two to have a week off, next week and at the same time we’re fighting for that final spot in the six, so across the board everyone’s got something to fight for.”
You can watch Inu’s pre-match press conference in full by clicking HERE.
HOW TO BUY TICKETS
There’s still time to join us for our ‘Blue Light’ appreciation day at the Salford Stadium.
Come down early and sample everything we have on offer before heading inside to roar on the boys for a playoff-deciding clash against the Dragons.
Click HERE to buy your tickets, with pay on the day via our ticket office still an option for supporters.