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Saturday 1st April 2017, 16:00
Super League - Round: 7
 

Round: 7  Official: R Hicks  Venue: Leigh Sports Village

 

Leigh Centurions

Leigh Centurions VS. Widnes Vikings

Widnes Vikings

19 Man Squad

Leigh Centurions 19 Man Squad Widnes Vikings 19 Man Squad
Brown1Armstrong
Higson2 Bridge
Crooks3 Brooks
Dawson4 Burke
Ridyard5 J. Chapelhow
Drinkwater6 T. Chapelhow
Hock7 Craven
Higham8 Dudson
Weston9 Gilmore
Hansen10 Hanbury
Tickle11 Houston
Vea12 Johnstone
Hampshire13 Leuluai
Reynolds14 Manuokafoa
Hood15 Marsh
Green16 Olbison
Hopkins17 Runciman
Acton18 Whitley
Burr19 D. Walker

Stats over last 4 encounters

Leigh Centurions   Widnes Vikings
48 TOTAL POINTS 147
0 TOTAL WINS 4
4 TOTAL LOSES 0
0 TOTAL DRAWS 0
9 TOTAL TRIES 26
6 TOTAL GOALS 21
0 TOTAL DROP GOALS 1

Head to Head

Last 4 Meetings
3rd September 2017: Widnes Vikings win 24-8 at Leigh Sports Village
22nd June 2017: Widnes Vikings win 36-10 at Halton Stadium
1st April 2017: Widnes Vikings win 37-24 at Leigh Sports Village
27th September 2015: Widnes Vikings win 50-6 at Select Security Stadium Halton

Leigh Centurions have hooker Liam Hood back from injury, taking over from Eloi Pelissier, while stand-off Martyn Ridyard stands by in case Josh Drinkwater fails to recover from the knee injury he sustained in the defeat at Wakefield Trinity.

Winless Widnes Vikings are boosted by the return of scrum-half Tom Gilmore, who injured an ankle in the opening game of the season, while prop Manase Manuokafoa is set to make his first appearance of the season in place of Jack Buchanan after overcoming a knee injury.

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