BEN Murdoch-Masila is expected to be fit to face former club Salford Red Devils on Friday, Wire head coach Steve Price says.

The Tongan forward limped out of Friday's loss at St Helens with an ankle injury, but scans have cleared him of any serious damage.

Bryson Goodwin is also set to return against the Red Devils and with Tom Lineham banned and Jake Mamo still struggling with his own ankle knock, his first game in more than a month is likely to come on the wing.

"Murds is good. We got the scans back yesterday and it was quite positive," Price said.

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"He had a good training session today and he’ll be fit for this week.

"Bryson’s doing really good – he’s completed all his tasks. He’s another one who had a field session with us today so he’ll be ready to go.

"Jake Mamo is getting very close but I can’t see him playing on Friday."

Ben Westwood is available again after completing a four-match suspension and is in contention to return, with Sitaleki Akauola and Harvey Livett also looking likely to feature at some point over the Easter weekend.

"Ben’s been ready to go for a while. He’s fresh and has been doing everything right in and around the training pitch," Price said.

"He’s another one who I need to consider for Salford. I’ve got a really good headache for this weekend.

"It’s not just Ben Westwood, it’s people like Sitaleki Akauola and Harvey Livett who are banging on the door as well."