SAINTS will have James Roby, Theo Fages, Zeb Taia and Kevin Naiqama fit and are available for Friday's meeting with Hull KR at the Totally Wicked Stadium (6pm).

But the game is too early for Mark Percival, as Saints seek to make sure he is 100 per cent fixed before returning to the fray.

Skipper Roby picked up a head knock late in the game against Hull KR, but has fully recovered and has trained this week.

Scrum half Fages has also trained after missing last week following his knee injury.

And Zeb Taia is fit after a minor groin strain and could make his 100th Saints appearance.

Taia will resume his second row berth, alongside James Bentley, which with Morgan Knowles resuming at 13 will leave the coach with a big choice to make on his bench.

Meanwhile Kevin Naiqama has recovered from the deadleg sustained against Huddersfield and will play against Hull KR.

Percival will again sit out, with Woolf explaining that they want some certainty "He is back out training and running really well - and he is very confident. But we want to make sure we can make it as bullet-proof as we can by getting all the running we need in him, and that will be best for another week."

"We want to make sure we get Mark Percival for the rest of the year after having a bit of a warning earlier in the year.

"In hindsight we should have probably lengthened his return out a little bit and we are making sure we don't make the same mistake."

Lewis Dodd, who was set to make his debut last week has to continue to self isolate after coming into contact with a positive Covid-19 case at the club.