THERE may be changes in personnel, but Steve Price is still expecting a big Easter weekend from his Warrington Wolves players.

In the gruelling traditional schedule, The Wire host Salford Red Devils tomorrow before travelling to Hull Kingston Rovers on Easter Monday.

There will be at least one change to the side for tomorrow’s game – with Bryson Goodwin set to return from injury and replace the suspended Tom Lineham on the wing.

The likes of Ben Westwood, Sitaleki Akauola, Danny Walker and Harvey Livett all appear likely to feature at some point over the weekend.

> Goodwin and Westwood named in Wire's Good Friday squad

After watching his side humbled by neighbours St Helens on Friday, Price is expecting a big response from whichever team he sends out.

“The quality and depth in our squad is going to play a big part,” he said.

“This is what you plan for – these tough periods over Easter.

“We were really good over Easter last time around and I expect no different this time around.

“We’re going deep this weekend. We’ve built a huge amount of resilience in the boys since we started and I expect that to be carried out this weekend.

“You could say there’s a few bruised egos among us, which I expect after the performance we dished up.

“I’m looking for a big response on Friday, that’s for sure.”

Ben Murdoch-Masila has been passed fit to face his former club after limping off with an ankle injury during the 38-12 loss at the Totally Wicked Stadium.

They will be without Lineham for that game after he was banned for his hit on Saints winger Regan Grace after failing to stop him scoring a try.

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The Wire gained maximum points over the Easter period in Price’s first year in charge – but do not be fooled into thinking the head coach is a fan of the packed schedule.

“I’m sure the fans love it – it’s been part of the English game for a long, long time now,” he said.

“As a coach, I’ve got to respect it. It is what it is – we’ve got to get on with it and punch on.

“It is a big ask of players in today’s game with the amount of impact and the speed of the game getting quicker and quicker.

“People have got to realise there is a duty of care for players, also. It’s a tough one.

“It’s important that we knock off Friday then go again. Salford can attack from all parts of the field.

“They throw some good shape at you and have halves who are quite dangerous. It wasn’t that long ago that they put 40-odd on Catalans away from home.

“They can attack, but they can leak a few points too.

“It’s all about our performance this Friday and getting back to what we expect of ourselves.”