Warrington Wolves v Leeds Rhinos, Thursday 1st February, 7.45 PM GMT, Halliwell Jones Stadium.
The Rhinos, who are the current champions, have lost all of their last seven visits to the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
Betfred's boosted odds of 7/4 are good value if you want to back leeds
Leeds will be offering full debuts to half-back Richie Myler, hooker Brad Dwyer and prop Nathaniel Peteru.
Ben Murdoch-Masila, who joined Wolves on a three-year deal in October, will make his debut along with Tyrone Roberts, Mitch Brown and Bryson Goodwin.
Betfred's boosted odds of 7/4 are good value if you want to back leeds. Otherwise Betfair are offering 13/8.
If you want to back Warrington then you'll be looking at 7/10 with BetBright.
Your best odds for a draw are 25/1 and they can be found with Betfair, PaddyPower and Betfred.
Here are the best odds for some of the handicaps available.
Leeds +4 is being offered at evens by most bookies.
Warrington -2 is being offered at 8/11 by Skybet and StanJames.
Leeds +2 is being offered at 11/10 by William Hill.
Warrington -6 is at 6/5 with Stan James.
Leeds +6 at 4/6 with William Hill and StanJames.
Warrington -8 with Betfred at 13/8.
Leeds +8 at 8/13 with coral.
Matty Russell is joint favourite with Tom Lineham for anytime tryscorer with the best odds found at Betfair and Betfred at 6/4.
Ryan Hall is next favourite for anytime tryscorer and the best odds for him to score are with Betfair at 17/10.
Matty Russell is favourite to score the first try and the best odds are with Ladbrokes, Betfair and Coral at 11/1.
Tom Lineham is at 12/1 with Betfair to score the first try.
Mitch Brown is at 14/1 with multiple bookies to score the first try.