MATCH PREVIEW – HUDDERSFIELD GIANTS VS SALFORD RED DEVILS (ROUND 10)

Two of the competition’s most in-form teams go head-to-head in what’s sure to be an intriguing contest at the John Smith’s Stadium.

Salford Red Devils sit just two points from top spot after picking up a sixth Betfred Super League victory of the season last Saturday.

Beating a high-flying Warrington Wolves side will have only boosted the already soaring confidence amongst the squad after a positive start to 2024.

The games are coming thick and fast for Paul Rowley’s men, with a Giants side – who recently progressed to the Challenge Cup semi-final – the next obstacle to overcome.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of this one:


SQUAD NEWS

There’s two big returnees to our 21-man travelling squad.

Brad Singleton has made a big impression since arriving at the club in late-2023. His performances have made him a popular figure amongst the supporters and his return from a knee injury will be a massive boost.

Similarly with Chris Hankinson, an off-season signing from Featherstone Rovers, who started his Salford Red Devils career with a spell on the wing.

He scored a brilliant try against Hull KR and was starting to build some real momentum, but a freak training injury stopped him in his tracks.

After a period of rehabilitation, he has been back on the field with the team and is available for selection on Friday.

The two notable absentees are Amir Bourouh and King Vuniyayawa, with the former adhering to concussion protocols after failing a HIA last Saturday.

Check out the full squad below:


LAST TIME OUT

Ken Sio stole the headlines in our last trip to the Giants, as he scored his 100th Betfred Super League try.

With playoff rugby league hanging in the balance, Salford Red Devils knew anything less than a win would all-but end any top six hopes.

The Giants opened the scoring via ex-Red Devil, Jake Bibby, but from that point onwards, Paul Rowley’s team took control.

Ryan Brierley provided the instant response, before Sam Stone’s brace either side of half-time opened a ten-point lead.

Then, the crowning moment for Sio, who raced onto Brodie Croft’s grubber in typical fashion to slam down number 100.

Chris Atkin rounded off the win with a neat team move and secured a huge two points. Click below to revisit the highlights.


HOW TO BUY TICKETS

Tickets are available HERE until 12pm today.

Thereafter, as the John Smith’s Stadium are operating a digital only system, our ticket office need time to extract barcodes and send them over to be processed, so tickets are now only available via Huddersfield Giants directly.

Make sure to head down to the JSS prior to kick-off to secure your place if not purchased already.


HOW TO WATCH

Nothing beats experiencing the action in the flesh, but if you’re unable to attend this one, TV and streaming coverage is available.

SuperLeague+ is the new home of LIVE Betfred Super League action. 

Fans can watch over 100 live Super League games, full match replays, highlights and other on-demand content each season – including this Sunday’s fixture.

Click HERE to secure your pass and get ready to watch the Entertainers take on the Giants.

Coverage is also available on Sky Sports Arena from 19:40pm.

MATCH PREVIEW – SALFORD RED DEVILS VS WARRINGTON WOLVES (ROUND 9)

Sam Burgess’ Warrington Wolves are in town, as Salford Red Devils look to continue their early-season momentum in Round 9.

Despite a disappointing result against Castleford Tigers a few weeks ago, a nervy, but important win in the capital last week has placed Paul Rowley’s side back on track.

With five wins from our first eight Betfred Super League fixtures, the team are in a very good position to continue challenging for a playoff spot come the end of September.

Our opposition on Saturday are in a rich vain of form themselves, buoyed by new a new management team and an exciting group of players.

Here’s everything you need to know about our latest challenge:


SQUAD NEWS

There’s some key returnees to the squad this week, at a crucial time.

Missing out on the trip to London last weekend, Sam Stone has made a quick recovery and returns to the fold against a club he scored a dramatic, golden point winner in 2023.

Another big boost is the availability of Ben Hellewell, who has missed a large chunk of the season with a calf problem.

David Nofoaluma is also back in contention.

Earlier this week, it was revealed King Vuniyayawa would face no further action from the Match Review Panel following his red card in Round 8, so is also available for this one..

Brad Singleton and Chris Hankinson remain on the sidelines however, with young hooker, Amir Bourouh added to the injury list.


LAST TIME OUT

Our last meeting with the Wire needs no introduction.

With both teams chasing the final playoff spot, there was plenty of tension and apprehension around the Salford Stadium prior to kick-off.

Warrington took the lead, but the Red Devils soon responded with a brilliant try from Ben Hellewell.

Brodie Croft was also on the scoresheet twice in a back and forth contest, with the scores locked at 20 points apiece going into golden point.

Then, the famous break downfield, where Brad Singleton’s cut-out ball and Tim Lafai’s tip kick-started a Joe Burgess charge down the left.

He stepped Josh Thewlis and threw a pass inside to the supporting Sam Stone, who slid over in front of a jubilant South Stand.

Relive that contest in all its glory by clicking below.


HOW TO BUY TICKETS

We’re back home and we’d love to see you at the Salford Community Stadium backing the boys.

Facing the Wire is always huge game, but with both teams in a healthy league position, it’s certainly not one to be missed.

Our ABK fan zone is also in full swing, so come down and try some of the food and drink vendors we have on offer.

Click here to buy tickets; including options in the West, South and iHeat Community East stand.

Alternatively, the Salford Community Stadium ticket office will be open in the morning to pay-on-the-day or collect pre-purchased season tickets.


HOW TO WATCH

Nothing beats experiencing the action in the flesh, but if you’re unable to attend this one, TV and streaming coverage is available.

SuperLeague+ is the new home of LIVE Betfred Super League action. 

Fans can watch over 100 live Super League games, full match replays, highlights and other on-demand content each season – including this Sunday’s fixture.

Click HERE to secure your pass and get ready to watch the Entertainers take on the Wire.

Coverage is also available on Sky Sports Arena from 14:55pm.


MATCH PREVIEW – LONDON BRONCOS VS SALFORD RED DEVILS (ROUND 8)

The Red Devils are in the capital, as we take on London Broncos in Round 8.

After a weekend away from the pitch, where Paul Rowley’s side were able to rest and recuperate, it’s full steam ahead in the Betfred Super League.

A disappointing result against Castleford Tigers last time out will be fresh in the minds, and the players will be looking to bounce back with a good performance against the new boys.

Broncos are rock bottom without a point, but Mike Eccles’ men have showed plenty of positive signs in both attack and defence so far this season.

Here’s everything you need to know about our trip down South:


SQUAD NEWS

Paul Rowley is only able to name a 19-man squad for tomorrow’s Round 8 clash.

Regular hooker, Amir Bourouh is missing through suspension, but Sam Stone and David Nofoaluma have joined Brad Singleton, Chris Hankinson, and Ben Hellewell on the sidelines.

However, loan signing, Gil Dudson has recovered from a calf problem and returns to the fold.


LAST TIME OUT

It’s been a while since we’ve made the trip down South.

Niall Evalds’ hat-trick was just one highlight from a dominant Red Devils display back in 2019, as Salford beat London 28-58.

Krisnan Inu, Mark Flanagan, Josh Jones, Tui Lolohea, Kris Welham and Jackson Hastings also scored in a 10-try display that contained some stunning individual efforts.

Check out the full, classic highlights of the encounter by clicking below.


HOW TO BUY TICKETS

There’s still time to join us on the road this Saturday.

Tickets are available from the Salford Community Stadium until 4pm on Friday. Thereafter, any purchases will be pay-on-the-day from the Cherry Red Records Stadium.

Any uncollected, pre-purchased tickets will also be taken directly to the stadium.


HOW TO WATCH

Nothing beats experiencing the action in the flesh, but if you’re unable to attend this one, TV and streaming coverage is available.

SuperLeague+ is the new home of LIVE Betfred Super League action. 

Fans can watch over 100 live Super League games, full match replays, highlights and other on-demand content each season – including this Sunday’s fixture.

Click HERE to secure your pass and get ready to watch the Entertainers take on London Broncos.

Coverage is also available on Sky Sports Arena from 14:55pm.


MATCH PREVIEW – CASTLEFORD TIGERS VS SALFORD RED DEVILS (ROUND 7)

The Red Devils travel to the Jungle in Round 7.

Four wins from six to start 2024 means Paul Rowley’s side sit in a healthy position ahead of a crucial run of Betfred Super League fixtures.

Last week’s victory was an impressive Rivals Round showing against Leigh Leopards, with Ryan Brierley starring on his 300th career appearance.

Ethan Ryan also notched his first two for the club and Marc Sneyd picked up yet another Man of the Match medal.

Next up are Castleford Tigers, a team who sit without a point so far this season, but have shown plenty of positives in their last few games.

In their last outing, some resolute defending from Leeds Rhinos kept out a barrage of Tigers’ attacking sets, before the the visitors took over in the second 40.

As we travel to West Yorkshire, here’s everything you need to know:


SQUAD NEWS

There’s only one change to last week’s 21-man squad.

Kai Morgan drops out and will spend the next two weeks on loan at Rochdale Hornets, gaining some valuable game time in a competitive environment.

Supporters will be happy to see Nene Macdonald’s inclusion. The PNG international limped off last Saturday with a knee problem, but is named amongst the travelling party this Friday.


LAST TIME OUT

The Red Devils were at their stunning best the last time we travelled to West Yorkshire.

Coming into the contest looking to move joint top of the table, Salford’s attacking prowess was on full display, tearing the Tigers apart on multiple occasions throughout the 80 minutes.

Rhys Williams and Chris Atkin were on the board early on for Salford, with Deon Cross also scoring a sublime try when he stepped Gareth Widdop to go over.

Cas cut the deficit just before the break, but further efforts from Ken Sio, Tim Lafai, Sam Stone, and another from Williams in the second forty secured another big two points.

Catch the highlights by clicking below.


HOW TO BUY TICKETS

There is still time to join us at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle tomorrow night – click here to secure your place.

Tickets are available from the Salford Community Stadium until 12pm on Friday. Thereafter, any collections will be taken to Castleford directly.

Pay on the day is also an option.

We would like to take this opportunity to remind you that Salford Red Devils receive commission on all tickets pre-purchased from Salford Stadium and nothing from on the day sales, so we urge you to buy your tickets from us directly.


HOW TO WATCH

Nothing beats experiencing the action in the flesh, but if you’re unable to attend this one, TV and streaming coverage is available.

SuperLeague+ is the new home of LIVE Betfred Super League action. 

Fans can watch over 100 live Super League games, full match replays, highlights and other on-demand content each season – including this Sunday’s fixture.

Click HERE to secure your pass and get ready to watch the Entertainers take on the Tigers.

Coverage is also available on Sky Sports Arena from 19:55pm.


MATCH PREVIEW – SALFORD RED DEVILS VS LEIGH LEOPARDS (ROUND 6)

Attentions have firmly switched back to Betfred Super League action, with Leigh Leopards the visitors in Round 6.

Last Friday, Hull KR scored seven tries without reply at Craven Park – ending Salford Red Devils’ Challenge Cup hopes for another season.

However, Paul Rowley’s side have made a positive start to 2024 in Super League; winning three of the first five – including a memorable performance against St Helens in Round 4.

Even in the two games we fell to defeat, the Red Devils have been highly competitive, with late tries from Leeds Rhinos and Wigan Warriors ultimately the difference.

The Leopards are the latest challenge. Adrian Lam’s team – missing one match due to the World Club Challenge – have picked themselves up from three consecutive defeats by thumping Hull FC 4-54 in Round 5.


SQUAD NEWS

There’s only one change to our 21-man Challenge Cup squad.

Gil Dudson, who recently joined the club on loan from Warrington Wolves, misses out due to injury, with Kai Morgan back in his place.

One piece of good news for Salford supporters is the inclusion of Ryan Brierley, who limped off last Friday, but is part of Rowley’s squad for Saturday.


LAST TIME OUT

Our last meeting with the Leopards was our third of the 2023 season.

Salford had already tasted opening day and Rivals Round success against the same opposition, but Leigh were full of confidence and challenging for a spot in the top six when they visited the Salford Community Stadium in Round 19.

Tries from Ken Sio, King Vuniyayawa and Andy Ackers handed us a six-point lead after a frantic opening 40 minutes, with the boot of Marc Sneyd making things happen for Salford.

Ben Hellewell added to the lead after the break, but Leigh battled back to level the scores with 10 minutes remaining.

Trading sets, Salford were the first to blink and concede a penalty which allowed Ben Reynolds to nudge over the two points which won the contest.


HOW TO BUY TICKETS

Rivals Round is always one not to be missed!

Join us at the Salford Community Stadium tomorrow and back the boys for what’s set to be another 80 minutes of breathtaking rugby league.

Our ABK fan zone is also in full swing, so come down and try some of the food and drink vendors we have on offer.

Click here to buy tickets; including options in the West, South and iHeat Community East stand.

Alternatively, the Salford Community Stadium ticket office will be open in the morning to pay-on-the-day or collect pre-purchased season tickets.


HOW TO WATCH

Nothing beats experiencing the action in the flesh, but if you’re unable to attend this one, TV and streaming coverage is available.

SuperLeague+ is the new home of LIVE Betfred Super League action. 

Fans can watch over 100 live Super League games, full match replays, highlights and other on-demand content each season – including this Sunday’s fixture.

Click HERE to secure your pass and get ready to watch the Entertainers take on the Leopards.

Coverage is also available on Sky Sports Action from 17:25pm.


MATCH PREVIEW – HULL KR VS SALFORD RED DEVILS (CHALLENGE CUP ROUND 6)

It’s time for Salford Red Devils to kickstart their Betfred Challenge Cup campaign.

Round 6 has pitted Paul Rowley and co. against Hull KR, a side full of quality, wanting to go one step further after losing out to Leigh Leopards in last year’s thrilling final at Wembley Stadium.

The Robins were also the team who ended our cup hopes in 2023, running out 28-10 winners at the quarter-final stage.

Craven Park is always a hostile ground to visit, so the Red Devils will have to be at their absolute best to battle through the tough conditions and earn progression into the next round.


SQUAD NEWS

Paul Rowley welcomed back three important players to his 21-man squad, earlier this week.

On the injury front, Ollie Partington and Joe Mellor have both recovered from their respective knocks, with the latter yet to make his competitive debut for the club.

Following his absence from the team last week due to concussion protocols, Cade Cust is back amongst the squad and ready for selection.

Chris Hankinson, Ben Hellewell and Brad Singleton remain long-term absentees.


LAST TIME OUT

Craven Park hasn’t been a happy hunting ground for the Red Devils in recent years.

In fact, KR have won their last five home meetings with Salford (including 2020’s fixture at Warrington) with our last away victory in February, 2019, where we won 24-22.

The last time we visited the Robins, James Batchelor and Ryan Hall all-but ended our Betfred Super League playoff hopes.

Despite a positive start with ball in hand, a quick break from Brad Schneider and Tom Opacic sent Batchelor through a gap to open the scoring.

Ollie Partington and Jack Ormondroyd both went close for the Red Devils, but KR held firm and Ryan was released by Mikey Lewis in the left corner to seal two points.


HOW TO BUY TICKETS

There is still time to join us at Craven Park tomorrow.

Our ticket office until 8pm today for purchase or collection, with tickets available to buy at the Salford Community Stadium until 12pm on Friday.

Thereafter, any collections will be taken to KR for collection from their ticket office. Pay-on-the-day is also available, but please be aware ticket prices will rise by £5 on match day.

Click here to buy now.


HOW TO WATCH

There is NO TV coverage of tomorrow’s clash.

So, the best and only way to watch the action is in-person, however, our various social channels will be providing updates throughout the evening – including all the post-match reaction.

Match highlights will also be uploaded the following day, with a full game replay available on RDTV from Monday morning.


MATCH PREVIEW – SALFORD RED DEVILS VS WIGAN WARRIORS (ROUND 5)

The world champions are in town, as Salford Red Devils welcome Wigan Warriors to the Salford Community Stadium.

On the back of three consecutive Betfred Super League victories, Paul Rowley’s side are faced with another mammoth task in Round 5.

The Warriors are the only team left in the division with a 100% record and want to maintain their spot at the summit, whereas a win for Salford would send us top of the table for a day, at least.

It’s a mouth-watering contest, so here’s everything you need to know.


HOW TO BUY TICKETS

This fixture provided some fireworks last year, with a record attendance flocking to the Salford Community Stadium.

With our ABK fan zone up and running, providing supporters with plenty to get involved in and around the ground, it’s an evening to bring the family and enjoy the whole match day.

Make sure to buy tickets here and be that extra number.

Alternatively, the ticket office will be open on game day to purchase, or collect season tickets.


SQUAD NEWS

Our Head Coach has named a 20-man squad for Thursday’s clash.

The main changes from last week include Cade Cust, who failed a HIA after his collision with Saints’ Morgan Knowles in the first-half.

Brad Singleton hobbled-off with a knee issue and is not fit enough to feature in this one, with winger, Chris Hankinson also missing through injury.

There is a spot, however, for new signing, David Nofoaluma, who is yet to make an appearance since his move to the club late last month.


LAST TIME OUT

On a day that will be remembered for a club-record crowd, fortunes on the pitch didn’t go as well for the Red Devils the last time we faced Wigan Warriors at home.

Now wearing Salford colours, Joe Shorrocks got the visitors off to a flying start, before Ben Hellewell clawed us level thanks to a neat short pass from Marc Sneyd.

Liam Farrell scored just before half-time, crossing again in the second forty, with Abbas Miski and Liam Marshall securing the victory for Wigan.


HOW TO WATCH

Nothing beats experiencing the action in the flesh, but if you’re unable to attend this one, TV coverage is available.

This fixture will be live on Sky Sports Action from 19:30pm with all the build-up to the contest, and coaches’ interviews, before kick-off, scheduled for 8pm, is followed by all the post-match reaction, and analysis.

MATCH PREVIEW: SALFORD RED DEVILS VS HULL KR (ROUND 3)

It’s another big test for Rowley’s Red Devils, as Hull KR come bobbin’ into town.

Arriving with a 100% record after two games, KR will be looking to continue their early-season form and keep pace with league leaders, St Helens.

On the back of victory against Castleford Tigers in Round 2, Salford Red Devils will be hoping for a repeat performance in-front of their home faithful.

KR got the better of us on three occasions last season, but a win against the Robins’ at Magic Weekend was certainly a standout moment from the campaign.


HOW TO BUY TICKETS

It was incredible to have you all back last Sunday.

After victory in Round 2, Paul Rowley’s side are looking to build some early-season momentum and need your support to make a difference.

Click here to buy tickets; including options in the West, South and iHeat Community East stand.

Alternatively, the Salford Community Stadium ticket office will be open in the morning to pay-on-the-day or collect pre-purchased season tickets.


SQUAD NEWS

Our Head Coach had the pleasure of naming an unchanged 21-man squad, earlier this week.

Included on that list is new signing, David Nofoaluma, who has had a full week of training and is in contention to make his debut.


LAST TIME OUT

You have to go back as far as February 2023 for the last time the Robins were in town.

The Red Devils made a bright start to proceedings when Kallum Watkins combined with Ken Sio to send the latter sliding over in the corner.

Some dogged defending kept the lead intact until half-time, but a flurry of tries early in the second-half fired KR into a healthy lead.

One, unfortunately, despite Deon Cross’ try, Salford couldn’t recover with the time remaining, falling to a 10-24 defeat.


WHERE TO WATCH?

Nothing beats experiencing the action in the flesh, but if you’re unable to attend this one, TV and streaming coverage is available.

SuperLeague+ is the new home of LIVE Betfred Super League action. 

Fans can watch over 100 live Super League games, full match replays, highlights and other on-demand content each season – including this Sunday’s fixture.

Click HERE to secure your pass and get ready to watch the Entertainers take on Hull KR.

This fixture will also be available on Sky Sports Arena, as well as streamed on BBC iPlayer, Red Button and via the BBC Sport website and app.


MATCH PREVIEW: SALFORD RED DEVILS VS CASTLEFORD TIGERS (ROUND 2)

The Tigers are in town for Round 2, as Salford Red Devils return home.

Buoyed by a positive performance against Leeds Rhinos, Paul Rowley’s side will be looking to bounce back from defeat by securing the two points tomorrow afternoon.

Craig Lingard’s new-look Tigers also suffered defeat in Round 1, but with a man-down showed plenty of signs to suggest it will be a competitive affair this weekend.

There’s plenty to look forward to for supporters, with a brand-new fan zone ready for supporters to enjoy pre and post-match.


HOW TO BUY TICKETS

Welcome home, everyone!

There’s still time to join us for our first home fixture of the 2024. Click HERE to buy tickets; with the very popular iHeat East Community Stand open for supporters all season long.

Alternatively, the Salford Community Stadium ticket office will be open in the morning to pay-on-the-day or collect pre-purchased season tickets.


SQUAD NEWS

The major piece of news in Paul Rowley’s 21-man squad is the inclusion of David Nofoaluma.

Our newest signing touched-down in the country on Thursday afternoon and has spent a short time with his new teammates ahead of Sunday’s game.

Supporters are excited to see a glimpse of their new man in action, but it remains to be seen whether he’s in contention for a place in the match day squad.

King Vuniyayawa has served his one-match suspension in Round 1 and is back at Rowley’s disposal.

However, one player who is not available is loose-forward, Oliver Partington, who picked up an injury in training earlier this week and is currently being assesed.

Fresh from his successful appeal against a one-match ban of his own, Ryan Brierley – alongside Chris Atkin – are all set to make significant landmark appearances.


LAST TIME OUT

The Red Devils put Castleford to the sword the last time these two sides faced each other.

In early-June, Salford were at their stunning best at the Mend-a-Hose Jungle, dismantling the Tigers with a eight-try victory.

Deon Cross was a standout performer, selling Gareth Widdop with a lovely step for one try and setting-up his right edge partner, Ken Sio for another.

Rhys Williams bagged a brace, with Chris Atkin, Sam Stone and Tim Lafai also on the scoresheet.


WHERE CAN I WATCH?

Nothing beats experiencing the action in the flesh, but if you’re unable to attend this one, TV and streaming coverage is available.

SuperLeague+ is the new home of LIVE Betfred Super League action. 

Fans can watch over 100 live Super League games, full match replays, highlights and other on-demand content each season – including this Sunday’s fixure.

Click HERE to secure your pass and get ready to watch the Entertainers take on Castleford Tigers.

Sky Sports customers can also watch the game, live on Sky Sports Action.


MATCH PREVIEW – LEEDS RHINOS VS SALFORD RED DEVILS (ROUND 1)

The Betfred Super League is back with a bang.

Salford Red Devils travel to face Leeds Rhinos at AMT Headingley Stadium in what is proving to be the most eagerly anticipated fixture of Round 1.

Two sides stacked with talent go head-to-head for the first points of 2024, with familiar faces in both camps looking to claim a scalp on the team they used to battle alongside.

Headingley has so long been a tough place for Salford to visit, but victories in 2019 and 2023 will give Paul Rowley’s team plenty of motivation to start the season with a big performance.

Fireworks are expected.


HOW TO BUY TICKETS

There’s already a strong Salford contingent travelling over the Pennines to get 2024 underway, but there is still time to join them and make a difference.

Tickets are available to buy directly for the Salford Stadium ticket office until 12pm tomorrow – book your place by clicking HERE.

Afterwards, tickets will be available directly from the Headingley ticket office to pay-on-the day – in both standing and seated areas of the stadium.

Any uncollected, pre-purchased tickets will also be taken to the Headingley ticket office.

We would like to take this opportunity to remind you that Salford Red Devils receive commission on all tickets pre-purchased from Salford Stadium and nothing from on the day sales, so we urge you to buy your tickets from us directly.


SQUAD NEWS

The first 21-man squad of the season and the first chance supporters may get to see our new, exciting halfback, Cade Cust in action.

After picking up a slight injury concern prior to our pre-season friendly against St Helens, the Aussie is fit and raring to make his Salford Red Devils debut.

Nene Macdonald will make his return to Headingley, with talented reserves’ player, Nathan Connell also included amongst the squad for this one.

Check out the full list below:


TRAVELLING SUPPORTER INFORMATION

Salford supporters have been allocated both standing in the Western Terrace, and seating in section A of the North Stand, alongside the pitch.

In each of these areas, supporters will need to enter via the turnstiles stated on their tickets which are on Kirkstall Lane (Gate G).

It’s advised fans purchase tickets in advance of match day, as prices do increase thereafter. However, should fans wish to buy on the day of the game, they can purchase tickets which will allow access to the Western Terrace via the turnstiles on Kirkstall Lane (Gate G), using contactless payment with either a credit/debit card or payment using a smartphone.

Cash is no longer accepted on the turnstiles.

Turnstiles for this fixture will open three hours before kick off.

There is no parking available at the stadium and all parking is on street. Please ensure if you are parking your vehicle in the surrounding streets that you do it sensibly, you dispose of any waste responsibly, and finally, remain on public highways and keep noise levels to a minimum.


LAST TIME OUT

Rhys Williams, Sam Stone and Ellis Longstaff were all on the scoresheet as Paul Rowley’s side produced a memorable display at Headingley last season.

A quick fire double from the Red Devils’ stunned a Rohan Smith side that were already a man down following Blake Austin’s sin-binning.

Richie Myler got Leeds back into the contest just before half-time, but Longstaff’s effort, on the stretch, secured the two points and moved Salford outside the top four on just points difference.


WHERE CAN I WATCH?

As part of a historic deal with main broadcaster, Sky Sports, every Betfred Super League will be shown live for the first time.

Tomorrow’s fixture will be live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action from 7:30pm, with kick-off scheduled for 8pm.

Highlights will be available on our YouTube and RDTV platforms shortly after the full-time hooter, with the full match replay uploaded on Monday morning.


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