Head Coach: Shaun Wane
Squad: John Bateman, Joe Burgess, Tony Clubb, Tom Davies, Callum Field, Anthony Gelling, Oliver Gildart, Willie Isa, Thomas Leuluai, Liam Marshall, Michael Mcilorum, Frank-Paul Nuuausala, Sean O'Loughlin, Sam Powell, Ryan Sutton, Taulima Tautai, Sam Tomkins, Jack Wells, George Williams
Unavailable: Ben Flower (Achilles), Morgan Escaré (Knee), Dom Manfredi (Knee), Jake Shorrocks (Knee), Joel Tomkins (Groin), Liam Farrell (Knee), Lewis Tierney
Head Coach: Tony Smith
Squad: Ryan Atkins, Daryl Clark, Mike Cooper, Ben Currie, Kurt Gidley, Peta Hiku, Chris Hill, Jack Hughes, Benjamin Jullien, George King, Tom Lineham, Declan Patton, Joe Philbin, Ben Pomeroy, Stefan Ratchford, Andre Savelio, Ashton Sims, Morgan Smith
Unavailable: Ben Westwood (Suspended), Toby King (Hamstring), Rhys Evans (Shoulder), Harvey Livett (Hamstring), Matty Russell (Knee), Kevin Brown (Foot), Joe Westerman (Hip), Dominic Crosby (Injured), Brad Dwyer
Analysis - what to expect
The penultimate round of the regular season in Super League gets underway with a repeat of last season's Grand Final. Warrington have endured a poor season following reaching both finals last season and now look set to drop into the Middle 8s come the end of round 23. Wigan haven't fared much better but having won their last two games, they find themselves secure in the top 8 with a semi-final spot more than attainable. Part of Warrington's issues this season have come about from starting matches slowly, having conceded the first try on no less than 16 occasions in their last 19 Super League games. Wigan have dominated this fixture in recent years and they should win this one to extend that run.