The Salford Red Devils have not let the snow deter them from training as they brave the arctic temperatures this morning.
Training comes as preparation for the upcoming away game against St Helens. The team will travel down to the Totally Wicked Stadium facing their second away game of the season.
❄ The #BeastFromTheEast has hit the AJ Bell Stadium…
💪 …but, it’s not stopping the lads from training ahead of Friday’s game. pic.twitter.com/zlvM7kvbXv
— Salford Red Devils (@SalfordDevils) February 27, 2018
St Helens currently sit at the top of the Betfred Super League table, whereas the Red Devils sit in 9th place. A win for Salford will ensure that they move up the table.
The Red Devils come into the game off the back of a 36-12 win against Hull Kingston Rovers.
Particular highlights from the previous game came from Gareth O’Brien, Junior Sa’u and Jake Bibby who provided the half time lead.
Commenting on the last game, Salford’s Head Coach Ian Watson said: “Everyone stepped up and we showed a lot of patience and took the opportunities when they arose. Our forwards ran strongly and defended really well – they did their task really well.”
The Salford Red Devils are hoping to end St Helen’s current reign of unbeaten Super League matches.
The game kicks off at 8:00pm on Friday. Tickets are available here.