Ash Handley and Corey Johnson are in contention after injury, but Smith has problems to solve at centre, in the halves and second-row.
Here’s how Rhinos – who won 28-12 at Hull FC last Saturday – could line up for a game they need to win to stay in the Betfred Super League top-six race.
1. Full-back: Luke Hooley
Is in good form and set to take that into a fifth successive appearance. Photo: John Clifton/SWpix.com
2. Wing: David Fusitu'a
Outstanding last week and will want to celebrate his new contract with another big performance. Photo: Allan McKenzie/SWpix.com
3. Centre: Harry Newman
Three tries in two games against Wigan so far this year and will be keen for more. Photo: Ed Sykes/SWpix.com
4. Centre: Ash Handley
Missed last week's win with a foot injury; if he returns a switch to centre might be on the cards with Nene Macdonald and Luis Roberts unavailable and Rhyse Martin potentially playing elsewhere. Photo: Ed Sykes/SWpix.com
5. Wing: Derrell Olpherts
Has done a solid job in the last couple of games since his recall. If he plays, it's likely to be on a wing, hence Handley at centre. Photo: Alex Whitehead/SWpix.com
6. Stand-off: Rhyse Martin
Another tricky decision. Rhinos have problems in all three positions Martin has played this year. Corey Johnson is back in the squad and could be at six, but Martin played there last week and Smith may opt for continuity. Photo: Allan McKenzie/SWpix.com