St. Helens vs Warrington Wolves Preview & Prediction | 2023 Super League | Eliminator
When is St. Helens vs Warrington Wolves on and what time does it start? St. Helens vs Warrington Wolves will take place on Saturday 30th September, 2023 – 12:45 (UK)
Where is St. Helens vs Warrington Wolves taking place? St. Helens vs Warrington Wolves will take place at Totally Wicked Stadium in St. Helens, England
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What channel is St. Helens vs Warrington Wolves on in the UK? St. Helens vs Warrington Wolves will be televised live on Sky Sports and Channel 4
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THE TEAM NEWS
- Reigning champions St. Helens will take some beating in the play-offs having won nine games in succession as they rounded off their regular season campaign with a victory over Hull FC.
- Saints have been ominously building towards the play-offs and will hope their form can continue here with Alex Walmsley handing them a huge boost with his return to action last week.
21-man squad: Welsby, Makinson, Hopoate, Percival, Bennison, Lomax, Dodd, Walmsley, Roby, Lees, Mata’utia, Batchelor, Knowles, McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Sironen, Bell, Norman, Davies, Royle, Hurrell, Mbye
- Warrington Wolves were able to see off Huddersfield Giants in their final game of the regular season to ensure they claimed the sixth and final spot in the play-offs.
- After a brilliant start to the season, it has been one to forget for Wire but they could still turn things around if they are able to pull off a shock win here.
21-man squad: Ashton, Bullock, Clark, Crowther, Currie, Drinkwater, Dudson, Dufty, Harrison, Hayes, Kasiano, Mata’utia, Mikaele, Minikin, Nicholson, Philbin, Ratchford, Russell, Walker, Williams, Wrench
St. Helens can move a step closer to landing a historic fifth straight Super League title as they take on Warrington Wolves in their opening tie in the play-offs. Saints will have to do things slightly differently this year having failed to finish in the top two but they will still fancy their chances having won their last nine matches. They have also won the past six matchups against Warrington and all signs point to a home success in this one.