IF it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

That is the general rule of thumb and after notching 40 points on their return to action last week, Steve Price may well be reluctant to change too much about his Warrington Wolves team.

However, he will need to make at least one change due to Anthony Gelling’s two-match suspension.

So, we have a look at the decisions facing the Wire head coach ahead of today’s clash with Huddersfield Giants.

Who plays at right centre?

Gelling will miss today’s game and the clash with Wakefield Trinity after the club decided against contesting the two-match penalty notice handed to him for the dangerous lift that saw him sin-binned against Hull KR.

It leaves a spot open on the right edge – not for the first time this season.

Price tried several solutions when Gelling was stood down from selection earlier in the season, so who will take up the mantle today?

The most popular opinion among supporters would be to move Stefan Ratchford to centre, with Matty Ashton slotting in at full-back and the returning Ben Murdoch-Masila filling Ashton’s spot on the bench.

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Matty Ashton came off the bench against Hull KR. Could he start today? Picture by Mike Boden

With Ratchford such an impressive performer against Rovers at full-back, though, it could be that Price is loath to moving him.

Keanan Brand – a specialist centre – was not included in the 21-man squad, so that narrows the options down further.

Jake Mamo played at right centre against Wakefield earlier in the season while Price has hinted that he sees Luther Burrell as a centre, although his appearances off the bench this season have seen him slot into the second row.

How will Ben Murdoch-Masila slot in?

Price revealed in his press conference that Murdoch-Masila will definitely face the Giants after an ankle injury kept him out of the Hull KR game.

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Ben Murdoch-Masila is back in the fold for today's game. Picture by Mike Boden

He had started all of The Wire’s matches before the coronavirus shutdown in the right second row berth, with regular incumbent Jack Hughes injured.

Co-captain Hughes is now back from injury and seems a nailed-on starter when fit, so where does that leave The Wire’s Tongan beast?

Most of his Wire career has been spent coming off the bench and with him coming back from injury, would that be the sensible option?

One of Murdoch-Masila and Hughes could also move to loose forward, with Jason Clark reverting to the bench.

However, the Australian has impressed with his work rate at the back of the pack and seems to have found a role that suits him.

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Will Jack Hughes stay on the right edge or move to the middle? Picture by Mike Boden