DARYL Clark and Stefan Ratchford are both expected to be fit for Warrington Wolves' clash with Huddersfield Giants on Monday.

Head coach Steve Price confirmed he is confident of being able to select the England international duo for the first game back in front of supporters at The Halliwell Jones Stadium.

Hooker Clark suffered a pectoral muscle injury during Friday's Challenge Cup victory over Catalans Dragons but played on until the late stages.

Ratchford was slated to start that game at stand-off but pulled out in the warm-up with a groin complaint, with Blake Austin taking his place in the starting team.

However, Price believes both will be available to face the Giants and also confirmed there were no fresh injury concerns within his squad.

"Daz is looking good after his scan. I’m confident he’ll be okay to play on Monday," he said.

"Stef is progressing nicely too so I’m confident he will be available also.

"Everyone else has pulled up not too bad. The boys are starting to play some good footy and good rhythm in their game, which is pleasing."

Price confirmed the club will not be appealing the one-match penalty notice handed to captain Jack Hughes, meaning he will miss Monday's game.

Ratchford skippered the side when Hughes missed the Challenge Cup game against Swinton Lions earlier this year and is set to do so again if he features against Huddersfield.