Wigan Warriors V Leeds Rhinos

Super League - Round: 23

DW Stadium

Fri 21st Jul 2017
KO: 20:00

TV Channel

Squad List

Wigan Warriors

S Tomkins

Gelling

Gildart

Burgess

Williams

Leuluai

Nuuausala

McIlorum

O'Loughlin

Bateman

Clubb

Powell

Tautai

Sutton

Isa

Wells

Marshall

Davies

Field

Leeds Rhinos

Golding

Briscoe

Moon

Parcell

Jones-Buchanan

Ablett

Garbutt

Keinhorst

Mullally

Ormondroyd

Baldwinson

Lilley

Smith

Oledzki

Jordan-Roberts

Walker

A Sutcliffe

Newman

Whiteley

Previous Match Ups

Head to Head Statistics

Stats over the last 6 encounters

TRIES:

Wigan Warriors 28
Leeds Rhinos 16

GOALS:

Wigan Warriors 20
Leeds Rhinos 13

METRES:

Wigan Warriors 8354
Leeds Rhinos 7196

CARRIES:

Wigan Warriors 1142
Leeds Rhinos 1074

TACKLES:

Wigan Warriors 1904
Leeds Rhinos 2138

OFFLOADS:

Wigan Warriors 83
Leeds Rhinos 90

PENALTIES:

Wigan Warriors 49
Leeds Rhinos 47

BREAKS:

Wigan Warriors 36
Leeds Rhinos 28

Match Preview

Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane is set to stick with the team that lost to Warrington Wolves. The game comes too soon for England second rowers Liam Farrell (knee) and Joel Tomkins (groin), who are set to return for the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup semi-final against Salford Red Devils the following week.

Leeds Rhinos will be without captain Danny McGuire, winger Ryan Hall and forwards Keith Galloway, Stevie Ward, Brad Singleton, Adam Cuthbertson and Josh Walters after they joined the injury list during the win over Hull FC. Coach Brian McDermott has recalled forwards Cameron Smith and Mikolaj Oledzki from their loan spells at Bradford Bulls and called up 17-year-old centre Harry Newman, Under-19s hooker Harvey Whiteley and second rower Alex Sutcliffe for what would be their debuts.

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