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Warrington are without full-back Daryl Cardiss and new signing Chris Bridge. The hosts have drafted in forwards Warren Stevens and Paul Noone to offset the loss of Paul Wood, who suffered ankle ligament damage at London.
Leigh are missing prop Darren Fleary through injury and have lost second rower Oliver Wilkes through suspension, as well.
They have added Ian Knott and new signings Kevin Henderson and Nick Owen to their squad.
Warrington Wolves v Leigh Centurions, Halliwell Jones Stadium, Sunday 20th February 2005 Warrington 18-man squad: Swann, Clarke, M. Gleeson, Hilton, Briers, Wainwright, Faa?fili, Westwood, Leikvoll, Noone, M. Gleeson, Lima, Grose, Gaskell, N. Wood, Bracek, Kohe-Love, Stevens. Leigh 18-man squad: Cooper, Duffy, Ferris, Henderson, Jackson, Jones, Kent, King, Leafa, McCurrie, Rowley, Smyth, Stapleton, Sturm, Turley, Knott, Wilshere, Moore.