Wigan Warriors V
Hull FC

Super League - Round: 6

DW Stadium

Fri 24th Mar 2017
KO: 20:00

Wigan Warriors V
Hull FC

Super League - Round: 6

DW Stadium

Fri 24th Mar 2017
KO: 20:00

Squad List

Wigan Warriors

Gelling

Williams

Leuluai

Nuuausala

Flower

J Tomkins

Clubb

Powell

Tautai

Isa

Escare

Gregson

Bretherton

Navarrete

Forsyth

Ganson

Marshall

Davies

Field

Hull FC

Shaul

Fonua

Griffin

Kelly

Sneyd

Taylor

Houghton

Minichiello

Ellis

Connor

Green

Thompson

Washbrook

Michaels

Manu

Bowden

Downs

Fash

Matongo

Head to Head Statistics

TRIES 24

22 TRIES

<25>52.173913043478%

GOALS 20

21 GOALS

<25>48.780487804878%

METRES 7926

6991 METRES

<25>53.134008178588%

CARRIES 1112

1025 CARRIES

<25>52.035563874591%

TACKLES 1939

2031 TACKLES

<25>48.841309823678%

OFFLOADS 84

73 OFFLOADS

<25>53.503184713376%

PENALTIES 41

42 PENALTIES

<25>49.397590361446%

BREAKS 28

34 BREAKS

<25>45.161290322581%

Match Preview

Wigan Warriors captain Sean O'Loughlin and back-row forward Jack Wells joined the club's lengthy injury list after picking up knocks in the draw with Huddersfield Giants so coach Shaun Wane has called academy trio Nick Gregson, Josh Ganson and Callum Field into his 19-man squad. Hooker Ganson, son of referees chief Steve Ganson, and forward Field have yet to play in Betfred Super League.

Hull FC move Jake Connor to centre in place of Carlos Tuimavave, who is out with an ankle injury, while Steve Michaels continues to deputise for winger Fetuli Talanoa, who is still sidelined through concussion. Young forward Brad Fash has been called into Lee Radford's 19-man squad for the first time this season alongside Masi Matongo and Jack Downs.

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