The Catalans are without Damien Cardace for their re-arranged Super League clash with Hull FC in Perpignan.
The winger injured an ankle in Monday's 15-6 defeat at Warrington while prop David Ferriol picked up a two-match ban for a high tackle in that match and also misses out.
Mathias Pala is set to return to centre, with Daryl Millard switching to the wing, while Ferriol's absence could pave the way for a debut for young international front rower Julian Bousquet.
Hooker Ben Fisher is back in contention while evergreen forward Steve Menzies plays a fourth game in 16 days having helped the Exiles beat England.
"I thought about starting him off the bench or replacing him midway through the second half on Monday but I thought he was awesome," coach Trent Robinson said of the 38-year-old.
"I've run out of things to say about Steve. I thought he played awesome for the Exiles and he created a lot of spark on Monday.
"His body is not telling him or us that he's ready to retire."
The Dragons can go third by winning their game in hand while Hull need the points to halt their slide down the table after winning just one of their last six matches.
Hull coach Peter Gentle has called up two youngsters as injuries continue to take their toll with the Black and Whites missing a total of 12 players.
England Academy hooker James Cunningham and winger Tom Lineham are hoping to make their Super League debuts in the match which was postponed earlier this year due to a frozen pitch.
New signing Ryan McGoldrick has been cleared to play after avoiding suspension for pushing referee Tim Roby during his debut in last week's defeat at Leeds.