CONFIRMATION of Leigh Leopards' 21-man squad for Sunday's clash with Leeds Rhinos at Headingley is now revealed.

Adrian Lam has selected a strong squad for a contest taking place six days before the Challenge Cup Final at Wembley.

New signing Oliver Gildart is among the selections.

Leeds boss Rohan Smith has announced his selections too.

Following a foot injury for Richie Myler at St Helens last Friday, Luke Hooley could make his home debut for the Rhinos.

Hooley helped Batley Bulldogs to reach Wembley in the 1895 Cup recently and could add to his only appearance for the Rhinos so far this season at Hull KR back in March. 

The Rhinos are without winger David Fusitu'a as he completes the return to play protocol following a concussion at Saints last week.

Youngsters Jack Sinfield and Alfie Edgell are also both drafted into the 21 man squad. 

James Donaldson is set to make his 100th appearance for Leeds.

Donaldson missed out on selection last week at St Helens but could return to action on Sunday.

Leeds Rhinos 21:

4 Nene Macdonald

5 Ash Handley

7 Aidan Sezer

8 Mikolaj Oledzki

11 James Bentley

12 Rhyse Martin

13 Cameron Smith

14 Jarrod O’Connor

15 Sam Lisone

16 Derrell Olpherts

17 Justin Sangare

18 Tom Holroyd

19 James McDonnell

21 Luke Hooley

22 Sam Walters

24 Luis Roberts

25 James Donaldson

26 Corey Johnson

29 Jack Sinfield

31 Leon Ruan

34 Alfie Edgell

This Sunday's clash at Headingley kicks off at 3pm, live on Sky Sports. 

The match is part of a double header of Rugby League action with Wembley-bound Leeds Rhinos Women playing Huddersfield Giants at 12.30pm.

The games are part of the Rhinos annual Armed Forces Day with activity around the games to celebrate our Armed Forces and the sacrifices they make for our country.