WIDNES Vikings have to pick themselves up from last week’s drubbing in time for Friday’s home game against high-flying Wakefield.

And they will have Rangi Chase, who last week signed a two-year deal, back from suspension.

They will, however, be without hooker Lloyd White, who will be sidelined for two-to-three weeks with a neck injury.

Coach Denis Betts said: “We have to move on, overcome our bruised egos as we still have a chance for top 10 and want to finish this part of the year at home with a positive.”

Wakefield are currently fifth having surprised a lot of teams this year.

Betts singled out their offloading pack and the pace of their three-quarters as key elements of Trinity’s success.

Widnes: 36. Keanan Brand, 3. Chris Bridge, 10. Jack Buchanan, 18. Greg Burke, 13. Hep Cahill, 40. Rangi Chase, 15. Gil Dudson, 33. Aaron Heremaia, 11. Chris Houston, 28. Ryan Ince, 31. Jordan Johnstone, 20. Manase Manuokafoa, 17. Stefan Marsh, 6. Joe Mellor, 8. Eamon O’Carroll, 25. Tom Olbison, 4. Charly Runciman, 2. Corey Thompson, 12. Matt Whitley.

Wakefield: 1. Scott Grix, 3. Bill Tupou, 5. Ben Jones-Bishop, 7. Liam Finn, 8. Anthony England, 9. Kyle Wood, 11. Matty Ashurst, 12. Danny Kirmond, 14. Sam Williams, 16. Tinirau Arona, 17. Craig Huby, 18. Joe Arundel, 20. David Fifita, 21. Max Jowitt, 23. Keegan Hirst, 24. Mason Caton-Brown, 25. Adam Walker, 26. Chris Annakin, 32. Dean Hadley.