Squad: Akauola, Atkins, K. Brown, M. Brown, Clark, Cooper, Crosby, Currie, Goodwin, Hill, Hughes, Lineham, Murdoch-Masila, Patton, Philbin, Ratchford, Roberts, Smith, Westwood
Unavailable: Toby King, George King, Harvey Livett, Matty Russell
Warrington won their first game under new head coach Steve Price with an 10-18 victory over local rivals Widnes last week.
Price has also been boosted by some positive news on the injury front this week with Sitaleki Akauola named in the squad for the first time whilst Tyrone Roberts also returns having missed the last two games.
Warrington haven’t had the best of times against Wigan in recent times, especially on home soil. The Wolves have lost four of their last five contests against the Warriors at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
Head Coach: Shaun Wayne
Squad: Bateman, Clubb, Davies, Escaré, Farrell, Flower, Gildart, Isa, Leuluai, Marshall, Mullen, Navarrete, O’Loughlin, Powell, Sutton, Tautai, J. Tomkins, S. Tomkins, Williams
Unavailable: Joe Burgess, Dan Sarginson
Wigan return to the UK after their mini-tour of Australia. The Warriors defeated Hull FC in the first Super League game to be played outside of Europe but lost against their NRL opponents with South Sydney Rabbitohs doing enough to edge that contest.
Head coach Shaun Wane must do without the services of outside backs Joe Burgess and Dan Sarginson but Craig Mullen and Romain Navarrete are named in the 19-man squad after impressing against the Rabbitohs last week.
Wigan have won six of their last eight Super League matches but must overcome their large amount of travelling to extend that run.
Warrington Wolves have lost 4 of the last 5 home meetings between the two sides in all competitions
Wigan Warriors have won 6 of their last 8 Super League matches
Wigan Warriors' Liam Marshall has scored 8 tries in his last 4 meetings between the two sides in all competitions
There has been a total of 262 points scored in the last 6 meetings between the two sides in all competitions at an average of 43.7 per game
There has been a total of 45 tries scored in the last 6 meetings between the two sides in all competitions at an average of 7.5 per game
Round 4 of Super League gets underway with this televised contest between two sides hoping to be competing for trophies come the end of the season. Warrington have endured a shaky start but got their first win last week whilst Wigan have won both of their games so far. The Warriors’ trip to Australia will be difficult to overcome but they can make it three wins from three here.