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Saturday 17th March 2018, 18:30
Super League - Round: 6
 

Round: 6  Official: L Moore  Venue: The Mobile Rocket Stadium

 

Wakefield Trinity

Wakefield Trinity VS. Widnes Vikings

Widnes Vikings

19 Man Squad

Wakefield Trinity 19 Man Squad Widnes Vikings 19 Man Squad
Grix1Hanbury
Johnstone2 Marsh
Tupou3 Inu
Lyne4 Runciman
Jones-Bishop5 Mellor
Miller6 Houston
Finn7 Whitley
Wood8 Dean
England9 Craven
Ashurst10 Olbison
Kirmond11 Wilde
Randell12 Burke
Horo13 Leuluai
Pauli14 Johnstone
Arona15 Ince
Huby16 Chamberlain
Caton-Brown17 E. Chapelhow
Hampshire18 B. Walker
Batchelor.19 Heremaia.

Stats over last 8 encounters

Wakefield Trinity   Widnes Vikings
164 TOTAL POINTS 180
4 TOTAL WINS 4
4 TOTAL LOSES 4
0 TOTAL DRAWS 0
29 TOTAL TRIES 32
24 TOTAL GOALS 26
0 TOTAL DROP GOALS 0

Head to Head

Last 8 Meetings
14th July 2017: Wakefield Trinity win 36-8 at Halton Stadium
20th May 2017: Wakefield Trinity win 34-12 at St James' Park, Newcastle
7th April 2017: Wakefield Trinity win 30-4 at The Beaumont Legal Stadium
21st August 2016: Widnes Vikings win 40-8 at Select Security Stadium Halton
29th April 2016: Wakefield Trinity win 18-16 at Select Security Stadium Halton
7th February 2016: Widnes Vikings win 24-16 at Belle Vue Stadium
12th September 2015: Widnes Vikings win 46-4 at Belle Vue
24th May 2015: Widnes Vikings win 30-18 at Belle Vue Stadium

Wakefield Trinity coach Chris Chester recalls forward Pauli Pauli in place of Keegan Hirst and winger Mason Caton-Brown is also back in contention after sitting out the defeat at Wigan Warriors.

Widnes Vikings boss Denis Betts has included just two specialist props in Greg Burke and Jay Chapelhow, with Wellington Albert starting a two-match ban and Gill Dudson and Alex Gerrard still on the injury list. Hep Cahill is also absent so Macgraff Leuluai is poised to return.

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