SAINTS coach Justin Holbrook says he expects the injured trio of Mark Percival, Luke Thompson and Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook to return for Saturday's Challenge Cup game.

The three haven't featured since Easter when Scarsbrook damaged a knee and Mark Percival pulled a hamstring on Good Friday, while Luke Thompson suffered an ankle injury on Easter Monday.

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But the Saints boss is hopeful of all three returning for the crunch cup tie at home to Wakefield this Saturday afternoon.

“Hopefully Percy, Louie and Tommo will all be back this week which will be great for us, it will be great to have all those boys back," said Holbrook.

“They’ve all got different injuries and it’s all worked out great that they’re all coming back at the same time.

"Percy could have played at the weekend but we gave him an extra week.

"Tommo and Louie would have needed this week but Percy definitely could have played."

Meanwhile, prop Kyle Amor was a late withdrawal for the Magic Weekend win over Castleford after hurting a hamstring.

“Kyle hurt his hamstring slightly late in the week," Holbrook added.

"He’ll give himself every chance to be right this week but I’m not sure, he might run out of time, I’m not sure yet.

"He won’t be out for too much longer if he does miss this week."