THERE will be a large dollop of deja vu when Saints take on Wakefield Trinity tonight (7.45pm) at Warrington six days after the teams last met.

But apart from the two points, coach Kristian Woolf will be hoping that this is where the similarities end.

Although Saints triumphed 20-16 at Headingley, it was anything but a vintage performance from the men in the red vee who midway through the first half had a zero completion rate.

The reigning champions have a chance to put that right and to maintain their unbeaten start since the resumption of Super League in August and consolidate their position at the summit.

Woolf said: "Wakefield showed that they are a very capable side who are going to turn up and compete.

We need to make sure we learn our lessons from what we did in the first half and I am sure we will.

"It is a really good opportunity for us to go out and make amends."

He expects his counterpart Chris Chester to try and tweak what they did last week, after last week's gameplan paid off.

"They had a really obvious plan last week that to their credit they executed well and that put us under some pressure," Woolf said.

"I think he will look at some different things this week to try, as have we, so it is a good opportunity for both teams and one we are looking forward to."

Saints: 1. Lachlan Coote, 2, Tommy Makinson, 3. Kevin Naiqama, 5. Regan Grace, 6. Jonny Lomax, 7. Theo Fages, 8. Alex Walmsley, 9. James Roby, 11. Zeb Taia, 12, Dom Peyroux, 13. Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, 14. Morgan Knowles, 15. Matty Lees, 16. Kyle Amor, 19. Aaron Smith, 20. James Bentley, 22. Jack Welsby, 23, Joe Batchelor, 26, Josh Simm, 27, Lewis Dodd, 31. Jake Wingfield

Wakefield: Matty Ashurst, Connor Bailey, James Batchelor, Edward Battye, Jack Croft, David Fifita, Christopher Green, Ryan Hampshire, Tom Johnstone, Ben Jones-Bishop, Max Jowitt, Craig Kopczak, Reece Lyne, Romain Navarrete, Innes Senior, Adam Tangata, Kelepi Tanginoa, Alex Walker, Joe Westerman, Joshua Wood.