The line-ups are much changed since that game five years ago, and Scotland will be led around the park by current Super League Man of Steel Danny Brough, who will surely be subject of much attention throughout the tournament.
Warrington fans will be looking forward to seeing their new signing Matthew Russell, while the home fans at Workington have a couple of their own to cheer on, in the shape of brothers Callum and Brett Phillips. Widnes’ prop Ben Kavanagh also played for Town this season on dual-registration.
He said: “Our targets are to win the pool and advance to the quarter finals first but we are just taking each game one at a time.
“We are not really doing homework on Scotland, we are just training and concentrating on our own things for the game.
Tonga: Glen Fisi’iahi (NZ Warriors), Daniel Tupou (Sydney), Jorge Taufua (Manly), Konrad Hurrell (NZ Warriors), Sosaia Feki (Cronulla), Samisoni Langi (Sydney), Daniel Foster (Penrith), Brent Kite (Manly), Siliva Havili (NZ Warriors), Fuifui Moimoi (Parramatta), Sika Manu (Penrith), Jason Taumalolo (North Queensland), Willie Manu (St Helens), Nafe Seluini (Sydney), Ben Murdoch-Masila (Wests), Ukuma Ta’ai (Huddersfield), Mickey Paea (Hull KR), Siosaia Vave (Melbourne), Siuatonga Likiliki (Newcastle).
Scotland: Danny Addy (Bradford), Danny Brough (Huddersfield), Brett Carter (Workington), Luke Douglas(Gold Coast), Dale Ferguson (Huddersfield), Ben Fisher (London), Ben Hellwell (Featherstone), Ian Henderson (Catalan), Alex Hurst (London), Ben Kavanagh (Widnes), Kane Linnett (North Queensland), Brett Phillips (Workington), Matthew Russell (Gold Coast), David Scott (Featherstone), Mitchell Stringer(Sheffield), Alex Szostak (Sheffield), Adam Walker (Hull KR), Peter Wallace (Brisbane), Oliver Wilkes(Wakefield).