Widnes made history with a first-ever Super League win over St Helens at Langtree Park to increase the pressure on coach Nathan Brown.
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St Helens hooker James Roby will be out for up to 10 weeks with an ankle injury.
The England international sustained the injury in Saints' 52-18 win over Wakefield at Langtree Park last Friday and will see a specialist tomorrow to discover how serious it is.
St Helens half-back Gary Wheeler has been ruled out for four months with a ruptured hamstring tendon.
The 23-year-old suffered the injury in Friday's 20-12 home defeat by Leeds, which was only his second appearance of the season.
Saints coach Nathan Brown said: "It is unfortunate for Gary and his family because he has had a bit of a run of this over a number of years."
New St Helens Head Coach Nathan Brown speaks ahead of his side's Super League fixture against his former club Huddersfield Giants.
Corporal Andy Reid, who lost both legs and an arm in a Taliban bomb, has just become a very proud father.
His wife Claire and baby William, who is just 3 days old, are now home in St Helens.
St Helens actress and former Hollyoaks star Emma Rigby will be taking part in Save The Children's World Marathon Challenge today for World Food Day.
The World Marathon Challenge is for 11-13 year olds all over the world.
More than 20,000 children from over 40 countries will compete against each other in a relay event, aiming to smash the current marathon world record.
Emma will start the race today at Willesden Sports Centre in London and will be appearing alongside double Olympic medallist Christine Ohuruogu.
Steve Prescott will start his latest endurance challenge this evening, as he swims the Humber on the first leg of a journey from Hull to Old Trafford.
Mike Hall caught up with Steve during training for the challenge.