SAINTS will have a selection headache when they take on table-topping Leeds Rhinos on Sunday (6.30pm).

Prop Matty Lees is fit to play after missing last week’s win as a precautionary measure due to a sore throat.

But after getting the all clear from a COVID test he rejoins the squad, as does Dom Peyroux, who has recovered from a slight niggle.

Displacing someone from the 17 will be tricky, especially with James Bentley taking his shot well and Kyle Amor digging in with an industrious stint off the bench.

Saints face the league leaders who will be buoyant after pinch their win over Huddersfield with a Luke Gale golden-point drop goal.

Coach Kristian Woolf will come face-to-face with a player he knows well from international duty - powerhouse Tongan centre Konrad Hurrell, who has burnt Saints in spells in the past.

“Konrad is a great player and he showed that again at the weekend. He is a bloke who can make things out of nothing and is a great character.

“He is someone who I am very close to having known him for a very long time and worked closely with him,” Woolf said.

Woolf wants his side to make sure they hit Headingley with the same attitude that delivered the spoils against Dragons, as they seek to climb the table from fifth in what will be a shortened season.

He said: “Leeds are a dangerous side and they were playing well before the lockdown.

“They did not get the whole game right at the weekend, but got enough of it right to get a win and do it in a really good fashion.

“They show they are really class side and one that even when they are down they are not going to go away.

“We need to back up what we did at the weekend and we know we can make ourselves really hard to beat when we have the attitude we displayed at the weekend.”