Ben Guzdek previews Warrington’s home tie against Hull KR. This is what we have to look forward to.
Venue: Halliwell Jones Stadium
Last Five Meetings
08/08/20 Warrington 40-10 Hull KR
15/06/2019 Hull KR 16 – 14 Warrington
31/05/2019 Hull KR 22 – 28 Warrington
22/04/2019 Hull KR 6 – 54 Warrington
09/02/2019 Warrington 28 – 14 Hull KR
After shaky starts to their seasons, both sides will look to continue their fine form. Warrington will look to be the clear favourites whereas Rovers will look to set their statement of intent in this year’s campaign.
Greg Inglis will look to make his highly anticipated debut, but many still question whether he can cement his place in Super League the same way he did in NRL.
Whereas Hull KR’s Brad Takairangi will look to make his second consecutive appearance since returning from his injury in their pre-season tie against Castleford Tigers. Brad certainly impressed when he played centre, but with the return of Ben Crooks and Greg Minikin, he will most likely play in his natural position in the back-row.
Warrington by four points