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Wigan Warriors V St Helens

Super League - Round: 22

DW Stadium

Thu 19th Jul 2018
KO: 19:45

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Squad List

Wigan Warriors

Bateman

Clubb

Davies

Escare

Flower

Hankinson

Greenwood

Hamlin

Isa

Kibula

Leuluai

L Marshall

Navarrete

Paisley

Powell

Sarginson

Tautai

Tomkins

Woods

St Helens

Lomax

Makinson

Morgan

Percival

Swift

Fages

Roby

Amor

Wilkin

McCarthy-Scarsbrook

Douglas

Knowles

Thompson

Peyroux

Richardson

Grace

Lees

Barba

Ashworth

Previous Match Ups

Head to Head Statistics

Stats over the last 6 encounters

TRIES:

Wigan Warriors 19
St Helens 13

GOALS:

Wigan Warriors 19
St Helens 12

METRES:

Wigan Warriors 6601
St Helens 6202

CARRIES:

Wigan Warriors 937
St Helens 848

TACKLES:

Wigan Warriors 1518
St Helens 1689

OFFLOADS:

Wigan Warriors 64
St Helens 61

PENALTIES:

Wigan Warriors 29
St Helens 33

BREAKS:

Wigan Warriors 18
St Helens 26

Match Preview

 

Wigan Warriors are set to give a debut to centre Chris Hankinson following his arrival from Swinton while second rower Joe Greenwood returns from injury to face his old club. Centre Dan Sarginson replaces the injured Oliver Gildart and back-row forward John Bateman takes over from Sean O’Loughlin after missing the defeat at Huddersfield Giants through injury.

St Helens coach Justin Holbrook is forced to make one change to the side that beat Hull FC with forward Matty Lees replacing injured second rower Zeb Ta’ai. Ryan Morgan and Jack Ashworth make up his 19-man squad.

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