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Friday 30th March 2018, 15:00
Super League - Round: 8
 

Round: 8  Official: L Moore  Venue: Halliwell Jones Stadium

 

Warrington Wolves

Warrington Wolves VS. Widnes Vikings

Widnes Vikings

19 Man Squad

Warrington Wolves 19 Man Squad Widnes Vikings 19 Man Squad
Ratchford1Hanbury
Lineham2 Marsh
Goodwin3 Inu
Atkins4 Runciman
K. Brown5 Mellor
Roberts6 Gilmore
Hill7 Dudson
Clark8 Houston
Cooper9 Dean
Currie10 Olbison
Hughes11 Wilde
Murdoch-Masila12 Burke
Akauola13 Leuluai
Philbin14 Johnstone
G. King15 Ince
T. King16 Chamberlain
Smith17 T. Chapelhow
Charnley18 B. Walker
Westwood.19 Heremaia.

Stats over last 8 encounters

Warrington Wolves   Widnes Vikings
205 TOTAL POINTS 116
7 TOTAL WINS 1
1 TOTAL LOSES 7
0 TOTAL DRAWS 0
32 TOTAL TRIES 15
27 TOTAL GOALS 15
1 TOTAL DROP GOALS 0

Head to Head

Last 8 Meetings
30th March 2018: Warrington Wolves win 32-18 at Halliwell Jones Stadium
16th February 2018: Warrington Wolves win 18-10 at Halton Stadium
29th December 2017: Widnes Vikings win 26-22 at Halton Stadium
4th August 2017: Warrington Wolves win 28-14 at Halton Stadium
20th July 2017: Warrington Wolves win 22-6 at Halliwell Jones Stadium
14th May 2017: Warrington Wolves win 34-20 at Halliwell Jones Stadium
13th April 2017: Warrington Wolves win 19-10 at -
9th September 2016: Warrington Wolves win 30-12 at Halliwell Jones Stadium

Former Wigan Warriors winger Josh Charnley will make his Warrington Wolves debut in place of Mitch Brown, while England second-rower Ben Currie is set to make his return from a four-match absence with a knee injury.

Widnes Vikings coach Denis Betts makes two changes to the side that beat Salford Red Devils, half-back Tom Gilmore returning in place of Danny Craven and prop Gil Dudson poised to make his first appearance of the season after recovering from injury. Second-rower Matt Whitley is an injury absentee.

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