Wigan Warriors vs Hull KR Preview & Prediction | 2023 Super League | Semi-Final
When is Wigan Warriors vs Hull KR on and what time does it start? Wigan Warriors vs Hull KR will take place on Saturday 7th October, 2023 – 12:45 (UK)
Where is Wigan Warriors vs Hull KR taking place? Wigan Warriors vs Hull KR will take place at DW Stadium in Wigan, England
Where can I get tickets for Wigan Warriors vs Hull KR? Visit this link for the latest ticket information for Wigan Warriors vs Hull KR
What channel is Wigan Warriors vs Hull KR on in the UK? Wigan Warriors vs Hull KR will be televised live on Sky Sports and Channel 4
Where can I stream Wigan Warriors vs Hull KR in the UK? Sky Sports subscribers can stream Wigan Warriors vs Hull KR live on Sky Go. Wigan Warriors vs Hull KR can also be streamed live on All 4
THE TEAM NEWS
- Wigan Warriors clinched the League Leaders’ Shield and a home semi-final as they edged Leigh Leopards in the final game of the regular season.
- The Warriors have finished the season superbly and have won their last nine matches with that run ensuring they also earned a week off ahead of this contest.
21-man squad: Jai Field, Bevan French, Toby King, Jake Wardle, Liam Marshall, Cade Cust, Harry Smith, Sam Powell, Willie Isa, Liam Farrell, Morgan Smithies, Kaide Ellis, Kai Pearce-Paul, Joe Shorrocks, Patrick Mago, Brad O'Neill, Abbas Miski, Harvie Hill, Junior Nsemba, Ryan Hampshire, Tyler Dupree
- Hull KR were too good for Leigh Leopards last week as they booked their spot in the semi-finals and will now aim to progress to a second final of the season.
- The beaten Challenge Cup finalists went some way to avenging their Wembley loss in that game but it is silverware they will have their eyes on and they will hold no fear having beaten the Warriors in the Cup semi-final earlier in the season.
21-man squad: Ethan Ryan, Tom Opacic, Shaun Kenny-Dowall, Ryan Hall, Jordan Abdull, Matt Parcell, George King, Kane Linnett, Elliot Minchella, Jez Litten, Rhys Kennedy, James Batchelor, Matty Storton, Jimmy Keinhorst, Mikey Lewis, Dean Hadley, Louis Senior, Sam Luckley, Yusuf Aydin, Jack Walker, Brad Schneider
Wigan Warriors will hope to make their efforts during the regular season count as they take on Hull KR for a spot at Old Trafford in next week’s Grand Final. The Warriors were agonisingly beaten in the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup against Rovers and will be out to put that defeat behind them. Wigan have won their last nine Super League matches and while Rovers can push them close, Wigan will take some beating here.