TONIGHT’S Super League clash between Saints and Hull FC (8pm) also doubles up as the second leg of the Steve Prescott Cup.

The trophy is dedicated to the legendary full back, who played for both teams with distinction and who inspired thousands with the inspirational way he battled cancer.

His legacy and values live on - and the fans of both sides will again show their appreciation this evening. 

Saints have a big lead, having beaten the Black and Whites 38-6 in the first leg at a snowy Hull on a day in which the hosts had scrum half Luke Gale sent off for a raised foot on Jonny Lomax.

The weather conditions will be different tonight – but so too will be the teams.

Saints come into the game licking their wounds from last week's Challenge Cup exit and will be keen to get back on the horse.

Assistant coach Paul Wellens said: "It is always a challenge when you play Hull.

"They are a big side with a lot of physical players and some X-Factor players in there as well.

"They have players who can open up defences really well on a consistent basis.

"We will prepare really well for a tough challenge and get back to the levels we know we can play at consistently."

One player who will have a big of tricks up his sleeve is Jake Connor, a man who the Saints fans seem to love to hate.

"Jake is one of those characters that can tend to rub people up the wrong way, but he’s a fantastic player – a really talented player as well.

"He is someone I worked with as a coach with the England squad a few years ago and you see first hand what he has got.

"He is someone we will have to watch very closely," Wellens said.

Tonight's game at TWS kicks off at 8pm.