They replace James Donaldson and Liam Tindall in the initial 21 and the other change sees Luis Roberts return in place of Jack Sinfield.
It will be tough on whoever gets left out, following last Saturday’s excellent comeback win over Catalans Dragons.
The key calls are probably whether to continue with Rhyse Martin at centre or switch him back to the second-row; if Oledzki returns in the starting side and does Smith go with a specialist hooker, Corey Johnson, on the bench? Here’s how Rhinos could line up.
1. Full-back: Richie Myler
Will be out to maintain a good run of form. Photo: Olly Hassell/SWpix.com
2. Winger: David Fusitu'a
The New Zealand/Tonga international's strong carries in yardage are crucial for Rhinos. Photo: Ed Sykes/SWpix.com
3. Centre: Nene MacDonald
Likely to continue at centre, though he can also play on a wing. Photo: Ed Sykes/SWpix.com
4. Centre: Rhyse Martin
Better known as a second-rower, but has played most of his rugby at centre and likely to remain there during Harry Newman's layoff, as long as other forwards are fit and available. Photo: Ed Sykes/SWpix.com
5. Wing: Ash Handley
Needs one try for a century in Super League, in what will be his 200th career game. Photo: Olly Hassell/SWpix.com
6. Stand-off: Blake Austin
Ready to make a welcome return after a one-game ban. Photo: Paul Currie/SWpix.com