With these sides already playing three fixtures in 2019, Wigan and Warrington fans and players will be sick of seeing each other, particularly Wigan supporters whose side have lost all three against their rivals.
Since the Warriors’ last defeat against Warrington in May, the cherry-and-whites have won eight of their last nine games, boasting the best run of form in the league after chalking up another win at home against Hull KR. The Wolves, meanwhile, have come unstuck in the league recently, losing their last four which has seen Hull FC chase them down to be level on 30 points.
Wigan, just two points behind Warrington, will be fancying their chances against the Wolves, especially as the latter find themselves in a Challenge Cup Final the weekend after. The Warriors are peaking at the right time and Warrington are firmly in their sights. WIGAN FOR THE WIN