ST HELENS forward Jon Wilkin and winger Dom Feaunati will miss the Powergen Challenge Cup semi-final against Huddersfield on Sunday week through suspension.
Wilkin was handed a four-match ban and fined £300 after being sent off for an off-the-ball challenge on Bradford Bulls scrum-half Paul Deacon during Saints' 54-8 defeat at Odsal on Monday.
And Feaunati was suspended for three matches and fined £300 for his part in the Good Friday brawl against Wigan.
But St Helens captain Paul Sculthorpe was cleared to play against Salford tomorrow night after being found not guilty of punching.
That match against the City Reds is likely to include many of coach Ian Millward's players who missed the match at the Bulls.
The likes of Sculthorpe, Sean Long and Keiron Cunningham were all rested after picking up knocks during the Wigan derby clash, but are now ready to return.
Warrington Wolves coach Paul Cullen, meanwhile, is delighted Wigan captain Andy Farrell has been cleared to play in this Sunday's first Powergen Challenge Cup semi-final.
The Great Britain loose forward was found guilty of misconduct over his part in the brawl during the Warriors' 21-21 draw at St Helens on Good Friday but escaped with a £500 fine.
Hooker Terry Newton, who was sin-binned for his part in the fighting, is also free to play at the Halton Stadium and that, too, has been welcomed by the Wolves boss, who was encouraged by his weakened team's performance in the Easter Monday dress rehearsal at Wigan.
"We expected Andy Farrell to play, we expected Terry Newton not to be called up and we expect Brett Dallas, who was apparently knocked out stone cold and had to be helped from the field, to play," said Cullen.
"We want to go against the best side Wigan can put on the field. We don't want to get through on any short cuts. That's very important to us."
If Dallas is passed fit, Sunday's Cup-tie will mark the former Australian Test winger's 100th appearance for the club.
Warrington themselves are expected to be virtually at full strength, with Cullen hoping to welcome back six of the seven players who sat out Monday's 26-24 defeat at the JJB Stadium, including captain Lee Briers.
The Wales international stand-off, who missed the last two months of last season with a broken wrist, has not played since he broke a bone in his hand in his side's 42-10 quarter-final win at Whitehaven on March 28.
Warrington's only definite absentee is winger John Wilshere, who has a fractured cheekbone, while former Giant Graham Appo (hamstring), Chris Leikvoll (calf), Brent Grose (ankle) and Ian Sibbit (leg) are expected to be available.
Great Britain squad member Paul Wood, who missed the 26-24 defeat at Wigan because of personal reasons, also hopes to be back.
Briers is hoping to make it third time lucky after being in the Warrington team that lost semi-finals to Bradford in 2000 and 2001.
He believes an appearance in the May 15 final in Cardiff would be just reward for the club's growing band of supporters, who are expected to outnumber the Wigan fans almost two to one on Sunday.
"I've lost two semis and it would be massive for myself to get there," he said. "But also for Warrington as a whole, the supporters have been through thick and thin and it would be awesome for the town.