Aaron Sutcliffe previews Catalans’ clash with Wigan. This is what we have to look forward to.
Venue: Stade Gilbert Brutus
Kick-off: Saturday 29th May, 5pm
Last Five Meetings
Catalans 12-28 Wigan (12/09/20)
Wigan 46-12 Catalans (06/09/19)
Catalans 33-16 Wigan (18/05/19)
Wigan 42-0 Catalans (31/03/19)
Catalans 6-35 Wigan (18/08/18)
Catalans take on Wigan in Perpignan aiming to end the Warriors perfect start to the season, having impressively halted St Helens six-match winning run last time out. The Dragons are just two points behind the Cherry and Whites in the table and will move joint-top of Super League with a win this weekend.
Catalans’ have made two changes to their 21-man squad with Alrix Da Costa and Fouad Yaha both missing through injury. Corentin Le Cam and Cesar Rouge replace the pair in Steve McNamara’s side.
Wigan make one change from the squad that narrowly beat Salford in their last outing with Tommy Leuluai returning to the side in place of Bevan French who misses out with a hamstring injury.
Catalans by 10 points.