SAINTS second row Dom Peyroux could return to action against Warrington on Saturday (3.15pm) provided his scan results on a broken arm are good.

Peyroux has not played since suffering the fracture – and playing on with it – in the last game against Wolves in July.

He is one of a number of players who could return for the newly crowned league leaders' clash with Wolves.

Saints boss Justin Holbrook said: “We are unsure on a number of players – Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Zeb Taia and Robes will all be close.

“Theo Fages will be right, after sickness, Aaron Smith won’t be as he has unfortunately hurt his shoulder.

“Ryan Morgan will play after his head knock against Wigan.

“There will be a few of them back – but we are not sure on all of them.”

Having missed the past six weeks, Saints will be pleased to get Peyroux a feel for the game before the semis.

Holbrook said: “If Dom gets cleared to play we will play him because he has been out for a while and it would be great to get him two games in before the semi.

“If we are in a position where we can get him a game we will."

He was due to have a scan yesterday (Monday).

“If all of them are right I will play them, if none of them are then I won’t play any of them.

“We are definitely going there to win the game, but if we have to have seven or eight out we will just get on with it,” he said.