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2021 SL Round Nine Preview, Warrington Wolves Vs Wakefield Trinity

Aaron Sutcliffe previews Warrington’s clash with Wakefield. This is what we have to look forward to.

Venue: Halliwell Jones Stadium
Kick-off: Friday 11th June, 7:45pm

Last Five Meetings

Warrington 36-0 Wakefield (30/08/20)
Wakefield 18-8 Warrington (16/02/20)
Warrington 23-16 Wakefield (06/09/19)
Warrington 30-6 Wakefield (21/06/19)
Wakefield 32-34 Warrington (21/03/19)

Team Lists

Match Preview

Warrington meet Wakefield at the Halliwell Jones Stadium on Friday night as they aim to stay in touch with Saints, Catalans’ and Wigan at the top of the table. Wire were beaten by Castleford in last weekend’s Challenge Cup semi-final whilst Trinity have won three games on the spin.

The Wolves name an unchanged squad from last weekend’s cup exit with Greg Inglis, Matty Ashton and Jason Clark all still missing through injury.

Wakefield also name an unchanged 21-man squad from their win against Leigh last weekend with Tom Johnstone set to return from a concussion that forced him to sit out against the Centurions.

Prediction

Warrington by 18 points.

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