SAINTS will lift their first piece of silverware since 2014 if they get a point from the game at home to Hull FC tonight – but Justin Holbrook is taking nothing for granted.

Six points clear, with a favourable points difference, and three games to play effectively means Saints have already won it – but will only get the League Leaders Shield once mathematically certain

Hull have lost their last eight matches, including an 80-point hiding at Warrington, but Saints coach Holbrook is not taking them lightly.

Holbrook said: "Hull still have dangerous players but have had three of their best players out for a long time so they are doing it tough.

"I feel for Radders (Lee Radford) in that respect but we will worry about how we are going this week. They will come here looking to turn their season around."

Saints will make changes from last Saturday’s fine win in Catalans.

Injury to Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook means Saints are likely to give a debut to former Bradford forward James Bentley.

Hooker Aaron Smith will make his home debut in the continuing absence of James Roby with a shoulder injury.