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Wigan Warriors v Catalans Dragons
The Wigan Warriors welcome the Catalans Dragons to the DW Stadium in a match that see’s one of the form teams of the competition take on a team full of quality but one who are clinging onto their season.
Wigan’s great run has seen them move into 2nd place in the table and with matches running out they will be looking to stay there and make things easier for themselves come the play-offs.
Catalans on the other hand start the round in 7th place and after a poor run of form they are now 4 points outside of the play-offs.
Wigan have now won each of their last 5 matches after a tough match against Wakefield last time out.
Catalans have won just 2 of their last 6 matches but they have now lost each of their last 3.
Wigan make just the 1 change for this one with Harry Smith replacing Amir Bourouh.
Catalans welcome back former Warrior Sam Tomkins with David Mead missing out through injury. Alrix Da Costa is also named for the injury hit Dragons who are still missing the likes of Ben Garcia, Remi Casty, Tony Gigot, Fouad Yaha, Sam Moa and Jodie Broughton.
With Wigan in such strong form and with the Dragons in such poor form, we can only see a home win in this one and whilst it will likely be close in the first 40-50 minutes, Wigan should ultimately pull away to a comfortable victory.
Score Prediction Wigan Warriors by 14