May 13, 2022 2:28 PM
Ash Wheldon

Catalans Dragons vs Warrington Wolves Preview & Prediction | Super League 2022

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When is Catalans Dragons vs Warrington Wolves on and what time does it start? Catalans Dragons vs Warrington Wolves will take place on Saturday 14th May, 2022 – 17:00 (UK)

Where is Catalans Dragons vs Warrington Wolves taking place? Catalans Dragons vs Warrington Wolves will take place at Stade Gilbert Brutus in Perpignan, France

Where can I get tickets for Catalans Dragons vs Warrington Wolves? Visit this link for the latest ticket information for Catalans Dragons vs Warrington Wolves

What channel is Catalans Dragons vs Warrington Wolves on in the UK? Catalans Dragons vs Warrington Wolves will be televised live on Sky Sports

Where can I stream Catalans Dragons vs Warrington Wolves in the UK? Sky Sports subscribers can stream Catalans Dragons vs Warrington Wolves live on Sky Go



  • Catalans Dragons made it three wins from four as they put their loss to Hull FC behind them by claiming an impressive victory over Castleford Tigers last time out to stay in touch with the top two.
  • The Dragons are yet to lose on home soil in the league so far this season so will be confident of extending that unbeaten run, especially as they are boosted by the return of Sam Tomkins after a short spell on the sidelines because of injury.

21-man squad: 1 Arthur Mourgue, 2 Tom Davies, 5 Fouad Yaha, 6 Mitchell Pearce, 8 Gil Dudson, 9 Michael McIlorum, 10 Julian Bousquet, 11 Matt Whitley, 13 Benjamin Garcia, 14 Alrix Da Costa, 15 Benjamin Jullien, 16 Paul Seguier, 17 Mickael Goudemand, 18 Matthieu Laguerre, 19 Arthur Romano, 20 Tyrone May, 22 Dylan Napa, 23 Jordan Dezaria, 27 Joe Chan, 28 Sam Kasiano, 29 Sam Tomkins

Unavailable: Dean Whare, Samisoni Langi, Josh Drinkwater, Mike McMeeken

Questionable: Sam Tomkins


  • Warrington Wolves were unable to build on their big win over Huddersfield Giants as they succumbed to a big loss against Wigan Warriors and they have now managed just two victories in their last nine games in all competitions.
  • The Wolves have struggled on both sides of the ball in their recent run but they need to improve defensively having allowed 40 points in the loss to the Warriors and Stefan Ratchford’s return to the squad could prove to be important for Daryl Powell’s side.

21-man squad: 1 Stefan Ratchford, 2 Josh Charnley, 3 Peter Mata’utia, 4 Toby King, 5 Matty Ashton, 7 George Williams, 8 Joe Philbin, 9 Daryl Clark, 10 Mike Cooper, 11 Ben Currie, 12 Oliver Holmes, 14 Jason Clark, 15 Joe Bullock, 16 Danny Walker, 18 Billy Magoulias, 19 Robbie Mulhern, 22 Josh Thewlis, 23 Connor Wrench, 24 Ellis Longstaff, 25 Ellis Robson, 27 Riley Dean

Unavailable: James Harrison, Greg Minikin, Gareth Widdop, Jack Hughes, Matt Davis



Catalans Dragons remain in the mix at the top of the Super League table thanks to winning three of their last four games and their home record could well aid them in their quest to claim another victory in this clash with Warrington Wolves. The hosts are yet to taste defeat in Super League action at Stade Gilbert Brutus so far this season and now take on an out-of-sorts visiting side that continue to lack consistency. The Wolves have won just two of their last eight league games and having also lost their last three on the road, Catalans have to be fancied to prevail here.

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