SAINTS are 80 minutes away from a Grand Final date with old rivals Wigan Warriors.

Wigan made their way through to Friday's final at the KCOM Stadium with a 29-2 victory over Hull FC.

In doing so they probably save the Super League authorities a few blushes - with the final now definitely on neutral soil.

If Saints win it will be the fourth time they will have faces the Warriors in the finale, winning the title in 2000 and 2014, but losing in 2010.

But they won't be counting chickens; first they must overcome the formidable challenge of a Catalans side that is well-known for getting up for the big games.

The Dragons dispatched cup holders Leeds last week - and will fancy their chances of pulling off a shock and reach the Super League showpiece for the first time.

Tonight's match at the TWS kicks off at 7.45pm - and it will be the last time that James Graham plays on home soil. It will also be a final home game for Zeb Taia and, if selected, Dom Peyroux.

Saints are at virtually full strength, with the only absentee being Mark Percival. The big question mark will be which of the two youngsters Kristian Woolf will play in the centre opposite Israel Folau - Josh Simm or Jack Welsby.

The next big call, assuming Matty Lees, Kyle Amor and Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook take three of the bench spots, will be the policy for the fourth.

Will he go for another big man in Dom Peyroux, or use the versatility of a Lewis Dodd or Welsby to come on at dummy half.