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Wigan Warriors V Wakefield Trinity

Super League - Round: 16

DW Stadium

Mon 29th May 2017
KO: 15:00

Squad List

Wigan Warriors

Worthington

Burgess

Williams

Leuluai

Nuuausala

McIlorum

Farrell

O'Loughlin

Powell

Tautai

Sutton

Isa

Tierney

Gregson

Navarrete

Wells

Marshall

Davies

Field

Wakefield Trinity

A Walker

Grix

B Tupou

Lyne

Miller

Finn

England

Wood

Ashurst

Kirmond

Sio

Williams

Gibson

Arona

Huby

Arundel

Fifita

Caton-Brown

Batchelor

Previous Match Ups

Head to Head Statistics

Stats over the last 6 encounters

TRIES:

Wigan Warriors 25
Wakefield Trinity 22

GOALS:

Wigan Warriors 19
Wakefield Trinity 18

METRES:

Wigan Warriors 6554
Wakefield Trinity 5741

CARRIES:

Wigan Warriors 873
Wakefield Trinity 835

TACKLES:

Wigan Warriors 1540
Wakefield Trinity 1558

OFFLOADS:

Wigan Warriors 47
Wakefield Trinity 50

PENALTIES:

Wigan Warriors 34
Wakefield Trinity 42

BREAKS:

Wigan Warriors 32
Wakefield Trinity 25

Match Preview

Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane is set to switch Willie Isa to centre in the absence of Liam Forsyth, who is out with a head injury. With Joel Tomkins failing to recover from a groin injury sustained in the warm-up at St Helens, Nick Gregson and Romain Navarette are vying to fill the second-row vacancy and youngster James Worthington is added to the squad.

Wakefield Trinity will give a debut to new signing Adam Walker, who takes the place of prop Keegan Hirst, while centre Ashley Gibson is set for a recall in place of the injured Ben Jones-Bishop. Utility forward Mikey Sio is also back in the frame.

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