Head Coach: Shaun Wane
Squad: Joe Burgess, Tom Davies, Liam Farrell, Callum Field, Liam Forsyth, Nick Gregson, Willie Isa, Liam Marshall, Michael Mcilorum, Romain Navarrete, Frank-Paul Nuuausala, Sean O’Loughlin, Ryan Sutton, Taulima Tautai, Lewis Tierney, Joel Tomkins, Jack Wells, George Williams, Josh Woods
Unavailable: Anthony Gelling (Knee), Ben Flower (Achilles), Morgan Escaré (Knee), Thomas Leuluai (Jaw), Tony Clubb (Kidney), Oliver Gildart (Back), Sam Tomkins (Ankle), Dom Manfredi (Knee), John Bateman (Shoulder), Jake Shorrocks (Knee)
Head Coach: Tony Smith
Squad: Ryan Atkins, Kevin Brown, Daryl Clark, Mike Cooper, Dominic Crosby, Brad Dwyer, Kurt Gidley, Chris Hill, Jack Hughes, Benjamin Jullien, George King, Tom Lineham, Declan Patton, Joe Philbin, Stefan Ratchford, Matty Russell, Andre Savelio, Joe Westerman, Ben Westwood
Unavailable: Toby King (Hamstring), Ben Currie (Knee), Ashton Sims (Suspended)
Analysis - what to expect
Neither of these teams would have expected to be where they are in the Super League table at this stage of the season, with Warrington in particular not imagining they could have been outside of the top 8 come Magic Weekend. It's a huge game for different reasons with Warrington needing to keep the pressure on those sides above as they look to ensure they don't end up in the Middle 8s, whereas Wigan will want to close the three-point gap on fourth place. It should be a close game and although Warrington are in better form, Wigan have won the last three meetings between the two in the Super League, which should give them the edge with Williams and O'Loughlin pulling the strings.