Match Preview

Saturday 9th June 2018, 18:00
Super League - Round: 17
Scheduled for TV

Round: 17  Official: C Kendall  Venue: Stade Gilbert Brutus

Scheduled for TV

Catalans Dragons

Catalans Dragons VS. Widnes Vikings

Widnes Vikings

19 Man Squad

Catalans Dragons 19 Man Squad Widnes Vikings 19 Man Squad
Mead1Hanbury
Wiliame2 Marsh
Yaha3 Runciman
Langi4 T. Chapelhow
Casty5 Ah Van
Moa6 Mellor
Anderson7 Gilmore
Garcia8 Whitley
Bird9 Craven
Bousquet10 Olbison
Simon11 Wilde
McIlorum12 Leuluai
Tierney13 Johnstone
Jullien14 Ince
Maria15 J. Chapelhow
Gigot16 B. Walker
Goudemand17 Farnworth
Drinkwater18 Heremaia
Edwards.19 Hauraki.

Stats over last 8 encounters

Catalans Dragons   Widnes Vikings
125 TOTAL POINTS 154
3 TOTAL WINS 4
4 TOTAL LOSES 3
1 TOTAL DRAWS 0
22 TOTAL TRIES 26
20 TOTAL GOALS 25
1 TOTAL DROP GOALS 0

Head to Head

Last 8 Meetings
9th June 2018: Catalans Dragons win 32-12 at Stade Gilbert Brutus
4th February 2018: Widnes Vikings win 40-12 at Halton Stadium
23rd September 2017: Widnes Vikings win 12-10 at Stade Gilbert Brutus
4th June 2017: Widnes Vikings win 26-6 at Select Security Stadium Halton
4th March 2017: Widnes Vikings win 14-14 at Stade Gilbert Brutus
6th August 2016: Catalans Dragons win 26-10 at Stade Gilbert Brutus
24th July 2016: Widnes Vikings win 32-4 at Select Security Stadium Halton
2nd April 2016: Catalans Dragons win 21-8 at Stade Gilbert Brutus

Catalans Dragons coach Steve McNamara recalls winger Fouad Yaha in place of an injured Jodie Broughton in the only change to the team that won at Huddersfield Giants. Back rower Kenny Edwards is set to make his home debut.

Widnes Vikings interim coach Francis Cummins will give a debut to new signing Weller Hauraki and welcomes back full-back Rhys Hanbury from a hamstring injury. He has also called up Owen Farnworth, Brad Walker and Ted Chapelhow to plug the gaps created by the departures of Ed Chamberlain and Greg Burke to Salford.

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