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At wire this week
Started by: roylew (1302) Report abuse
Looks like both sides will be hit with injuries....let's see who steps up to call the shots

Posted by: kathpressey (3974)  Report abuse
Wigan have good players to step in I think and will want to mainatin 100% success this year. Warrington will be desperate for drag themselves from the bottom. have they got injuries too?

Posted by: broady (11899)   Report abuse
It appears that all three injured players will be missing for four to six weeks. Add on Sam, Dom and Micky Mac and they are well stretched so early in the season.

Posted by: roylew (1302) Report abuse
No hill ratchford

Posted by: broady (11899)   Report abuse
Has Crosby played for them yet??Ben Currie is still missing also.

Posted by: wigvet (3066) Report abuse
Wigan wingers Joe Burgess and Lewis Tierney will miss four to six weeks respectively after picking up ankle and knee injuries in last week's 20-0 Super League win against Leigh

Posted by: aussie94 (1337) Report abuse
Sounds bad

Posted by: jarvo (26877)  Report abuse
It is bad. Very bad.

Posted by: roylew (1302) Report abuse
Injuries seem to come thick and fast these days....no good being super fit if it means missing large parts of the season....it didn't seem to happen as often in the past

Posted by: aussie94 (1337) Report abuse
Wooooooo Wooooo, nothing as bad as Wolves

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (2499)  Report abuse
Well everything looks set for a good game of rugby league to night was dry last night and its been a corker to day so far. I believe playing Wigan is just the right time for the WIRE'S okthey played 3 lost 3 that will count for nowt tonight , and as all wiganer's know only too well and that is to beat Wigan is and always will be a feather in the hat of the opposition ,the same applies in football if a team can beat Man United then that is their cup final. So settle down and let's get cracking ,for me close game with Wigan just pipping it.

Posted by: roylew (1302) Report abuse
Wire like the first 20 minutes when they score most of their points...I am sure we will be aware of their fast starts

Posted by: watchalot (887) Report abuse
jarvo wolves played 34 won9 latics played 36 won 8 now thats bad very bad FACT AS YOU SAY

Posted by: roylew (1302) Report abuse
Why get involved with inane comments....hope I'm wrong but I can't see Wigan getting a result tonight...he who dares wins ...attack best form of defence

Posted by: jarvo (26877)  Report abuse
You are all in denial...

All of yers.

Posted by: roylew (1302) Report abuse
And attack they did....brilliant

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (1028) Report abuse
Rugby's dooin awreet

Warrington Wolves 16-38 Wigan Warriors



http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-league/39194802

Posted by: gideonfel (189) Report abuse
Great performance from the whole team last night. The youngsters who came in were superb! With such a depth of [local!] talent, the future looks rosy indeed. Hugely impressive following, too. We truly are the people!

Posted by: basil brush (8431) Report abuse
Well done to the mighty Warriors, another good win.

Posted by: kathpressey (3974)  Report abuse
what a great result! I enjoyed every minute of that game, and no more injuries thank goodness. so proud of Wigan warriors!!

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (1028) Report abuse
I see that a Wigan fan was injured outside of the Warrington ground, after the match



http://www.wigantoday.net/news/police-probe-post-match-assault-1-8432218

I remember going to a Wembley Final, Wigan v Warrington and the Warrington fans behaviour was appalling, loads of them were drunk and being abusive towards Wigan fans.

 
 
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