Wigan Warriors vs Toulouse Preview & Prediction | Super League 2022
When is Wigan Warriors vs Toulouse on and what time does it start? Wigan Warriors vs Toulouse will take place on Friday 24th June, 2022 – 20:00 (UK)
Where is Wigan Warriors vs Toulouse taking place? Wigan Warriors vs Toulouse will take place at DW Stadium in Wigan, England
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What channel is Wigan Warriors vs Toulouse on in the UK? Wigan Warriors vs Toulouse will not be televised live in the UK
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THE TEAM NEWS
- Wigan Warriors made it three wins in succession in all competitions as they comfortably dispatched Salford Red Devils last time out thanks to some sparkling efforts with Bevan French scoring an eye-catching hat-trick.
- The Warriors are starting to hit their straps and will hope the international break has not disrupted their flow, although the week off has allowed them to recall Kai Pearce-Paul who could make his return from a three-month layoff.
21-man squad: 1 Bevan French, 2 Jake Bibby, 5 Liam Marshall, 7 Thomas Leuluai, 8 Brad Singleton, 9 Sam Powell, 10 Patrick Mago, 11 Willie Isa, 12 Liam Farrell, 13 John Bateman, 15 Kaide Ellis, 16 Harry Smith, 17 Oliver Partington, 19 Ethan Havard, 20 Liam Byrne, 21 Kai Pearce-Paul, 22 Joe Shorrocks, 23 Jai Field, 24 Abbas Miski, 25 Sam Halsall, 28 Brad O’Neill
Unavailable: Cade Cust, Morgan Smithies, Iain Thornley
Questionable: Kai Pearce-Paul
- Toulouse’s relegation worries were heightened as they suffered a narrow loss to Castleford Tigers in their most recent outing, succumbing to Mahe Fonua’s try in the final ten minutes of the contest.
- The French side are now six points adrift at the foot of the table and they have to deal with further injury woe ahead of this game with Romain Navarrete, Ilias Bergal, Gadwin Springer and Joseph Paulo all dropping out, although Lambert Belmas could make his club debut.
21-man squad: 2 Latrell Schaumkel, 4 Mathieu Jussaume, 5 Paul Marcon, 6 Corey Norman, 7 Lucas Albert, 10 Harrison Hansen, 11 Andrew Dixon, 12 Dominique Peyroux, 13 Anthony Marion, 14 Eloi Pelissier, 15 Maxime Puech, 16 Joe Bretherton, 21 Chris Hankinson, 24 Guy Armitage, 25 Matty Russell, 27 Olly Ashall-Bott, 28 Nathan Peats, 29 Lambert Belmas, 30 Maxime Stefani, 31 Tony Gigot, 35 Daniel Alvaro
Unavailable: Joseph Paulo, Lloyd White, Justin Sangaré, James Cunningham, Romain Navarrete, Ilias Bergal, Gadwin Springer
Questionable: Guy Armitage, Joe Bretherton
Wigan Warriors are starting to look the real deal on both sides of the ball and their attacking prowess could prove to be problematic for bottom side Toulouse. There is a huge gulf in class between these two teams and with the Warriors winning their last three matches, they will be confident of extending their winning streak. The French side have lost three last three while it is just one win in nine for them so it is difficult to envisage them getting close to their opponents in this one with the Warriors capable of covering the -17.5 handicap.