SAINTS centre Mark Percival is being looked at on a week-to-week basis after missing the trip to Toulouse with a knee injury.

The international three-quarter, who has enjoyed a strong first half of the 2022 campaign, picked up a niggle in his knee after the Warrington game.

The club will assess how he goes in training this week ahead of Sunday's home game with Hull KR - but they have options if he does not play.

Coach Kristian Woolf said: "Originally it was miss a game and see where he is this week.

"Once we figure out this week, we will look at the next.

"He has a chance for this week, but has not been in to do any running yet.

"That is something we will know more about on Wednesday."

In his absence second row Sione Mata'utia continued in the centres.

However, the former test three-quarter picked up a two-match ban for a late hit so will miss the games against Hull KR and Leeds.

If Percival is not fit in time for Sunday then Saints have options at centre in Ben Davies, who recently had a run at six, and Josh Simm.

Woolf said: "We originally signed Ben Davies as a centre , and has done a good job for us at 6.

"He is a bit of a footy player Ben – he understands the game has a good skillset and knows how to play.

"Wherever you play him he can do a good job.

"Centre is his most comfortable position and this would give him an opportunity.

"But that is a decision I have not made yet.

"Josh Simm is in the frame too, so it is a case of figuring out what is best there."