St Helens will face off against Penrith Panthers tomorrow morning in a battle to be rugby league World Club Champions.

The Panthers are the best side in Australia, winning back-to-back NRL titles, and will provide a tough test for the Saints.

Although Super League winners for the past four years, the English side find themselves as underdogs.

Saints’ stars Jonny Lomax and Jack Welsby admit it’s an unfamiliar tag.

Welsby said: “I’ve been at Saints first team the past four years, and I don’t think I’ve gone into a game as an underdog yet.

“All the talk about Penrith is good for us, we know what we can do.”

Lomax added: “It’s a role reversal for us, it is quite nice in some regards, it means there is less pressure.”

Head coach Paul Wellens and his side will hope to be the first British side to win this competition in Australia in 29 years.

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