Wigan Warriors V St Helens

Super League - Round: 9

DW Stadium

Fri 14th Apr 2017
KO: 12:15

TV Channel

Squad List

Wigan Warriors

Bretherton

Burgess

Davies

Escare

Farrell

Flower

Forsyth

Gelling

Isa

Leuluai

Marshall

McIlorum

Nuuausala

O'Loughlin

Powell

Sutton

Tautai

J Tomkins

Williams

St Helens

Lomax

Makinson

Morgan

Percival

Swift

Fages

Smith

Walmsley

Amor

Wilkin

McCarthy-Scarsbrook

Douglas

Walker

Thompson

Lee

Richards

Knowles

Grace

Taia

Previous Match Ups

Head to Head Statistics

Stats over the last 6 encounters

TRIES:

Wigan Warriors 21
St Helens 15

GOALS:

Wigan Warriors 20
St Helens 15

METRES:

Wigan Warriors 7472
St Helens 6892

CARRIES:

Wigan Warriors 1105
St Helens 1017

TACKLES:

Wigan Warriors 1878
St Helens 1975

OFFLOADS:

Wigan Warriors 83
St Helens 69

PENALTIES:

Wigan Warriors 35
St Helens 47

BREAKS:

Wigan Warriors 26
St Helens 29

Match Preview

Wigan Warriors hooker Michael Mcilorum is set to make his comeback from a 14-month lay-off with a broken and dislocated ankle, while winger Joe Burgess and captain Sean O'Loughlin are also set to return and centre Anthony Gelling will have a chance to prove his fitness after missing the last two matches. Forward Tony Clubb is out with a lower back problem.

St Helens caretaker coaches Jamahl Lolesi and Sean Long have called up forward Luke Thompson in place of Dominique Peyroux and also included in their initial 19-man squad, 20-year-old winger Regan Grace, who has yet to play in Super League. Hooker James Roby remains sidelined with a knee injury.

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