Steve Price’s men will be licking their wounds following a shock defeat to Wakefield last weekend and will be aiming to inflict further woe on a Toronto side that has yet to register a victory in Super League.
As the Wolfpack have yet to get two points on the board, they sit bottom whilst Warrington sit seventh following one superb win against St Helens and two losses against Wigan and Wakefield.
The two sides have only ever met once before in the Challenge Cup when the Wolves hammered the Canadian side 66-10. And, it could well go the same way on Friday night if Brian McDermott doesn’t get his side’s act together.
Much has been said in the media recently about Toronto’s small squad and that got even smaller last weekend with James Cunningham ruled out for six months. Sonny-Bill Williams is back in contention though after going back to New Zealand for the birth of his child. New signing Tony Gigot goes straight into the Wolfpack’s 20-man squad.
Tony Smith, however, names an unchanged 21-man squad from last weekend.
Last time they met
The last time these two teams met was back in 2018 during the Europe Challenge Cup Toronto beaten 66-10.
Warrington to get back on the horse with ease as Toronto’s woes deepen in embarrassing fashion.
Warrington Wolves for the win.
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