SAINTS may have hammered Hull FC last time out at Magic, but they will be a different proposition on Friday night.

Two of the big things missing when Saints trounced the Black and Whites at Newcastle on Justin Holbrook’s first game in charge where the units on the flank.

Mahe Fonua and Fetuli Talanoa are not only effective ending sets, but the way they start them gets their team rolling forward.

It is something Saints will have to arrest to take the spoils on Friday night.

Saints boss Holbrook said: “Their two big men on the wing get their sets started really well and we need to do a good job there, that is for sure.

“They have got a big strong pack to back up those outside backs and some dangerous halves.

“They are a good side all over the park and that is why they are sitting where they are.

“I have said the same thing the past two weeks – I am still confident in our side.”

Saints will have Mark Percival back after suspension, which will mean Ryan Morgan will revert to the right.

The Australian had one of his best games so far at Leeds, and that is something that everyone is keen to see develop and the key to that is getting him some good early ball.

He added: “I thought Ryan Morgan had a great game in the left centres, I will be bringing Mark Percival back in so if we can get those two centres firing that will make us a dangerous side.

"Ryan has just started to play some good rugby league for us.

“It is about him consistently doing it now.”

Saints did not get the rub of the green with some of the calls on Thursday, but coach Holbrook did not want to dwell on that aspect rather he said: "We need to be better to avoid bringing those calls into play."

And one of the key areas he wants to the team to get better is pushing up in support.

The failure to finish off a number of line breaks on Thursday at Leeds proved costly.

The most obvious one was when hooker James Roby pierced the line and almost rounded the full back but had no one on his shoulder.

"I'd have settled for anyone up there, but you would definitely want your halves and full back up there following, and maybe even the middles who are expected to run on to the ball.

"They need to recognise that when Robes is running they need to push up with him.

"The more players the better supporting a break like that, but the fact that there was none cost us a try.

"Robes showed some pace there, he got around the full back but somehow just got ankle tapped which summed our night up in the end.

"Robes is a fantastic player but we have to learn to support him," Holbrook said.