Match Preview

Saturday 16th September 2017, 15:15
Super 8s - Round: 6
Scheduled for TV

Round: 6  Official: J Child  Venue: Halton Stadium

Scheduled for TV

Widnes Vikings

Widnes Vikings VS. London Broncos

London Broncos

19 Man Squad

Widnes Vikings 19 Man Squad London Broncos 19 Man Squad
Runciman1Kear
Mellor2 Williams
Gilmore3 Hellewell
White4 Dixon
Buchanan5 Sammut
Houston6 Barthau
Whitley7 Spencer
Cahill8 Cunningham
Dudson9 Ioane
Gerrard10 Garside
Marsh11 Pitts
Burke12 Ackers
Manuokafoa13 Battye
Olbison14 Pewhairangi
Chamberlain15 Davis
Ince16 Gee
Johnstone17 Walker
Craven18 Bienek
D. Walker.19 Boudebza.

Stats over last 7 encounters

Widnes Vikings   London Broncos
272 TOTAL POINTS 134
6 TOTAL WINS 1
1 TOTAL LOSES 6
0 TOTAL DRAWS 0
47 TOTAL TRIES 25
42 TOTAL GOALS 19
0 TOTAL DROP GOALS 0

Head to Head

Last 7 Meetings
16th September 2017: Widnes Vikings win 38-16 at Halton Stadium
28th June 2014: Widnes Vikings win 42-24 at The Hive
16th February 2014: Widnes Vikings win 64-10 at Select Security Stadium Halton
19th July 2013: Widnes Vikings win 38-12 at Select Security Stadium Halton
3rd February 2013: Widnes Vikings win 28-14 at Twickenham Stoop Stadium
9th June 2012: London Broncos win 28-24 at Twickenham Stoop Stadium
25th March 2012: Widnes Vikings win 38-30 at Stobart Stadium Halton

Widnes Vikings are set to switch Danny Craven to full-back after Corey Thompson was ruled out with a head knock, with Tom Gilmore returning to partner Joe Mellor in the halves. Ed Chamberlain is poised to take over at centre from Chris Dean, who pulled a hamstring in the defeat at Hull KR, and hooker or half-back Jordan Johnstone is back in the frame.

London Broncos coach Andrew Henderson recalls former Wigan Warriors and Leigh Centurions prop Tom Spencer in the only change to the team that beat Halifax.

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