TV: Highlights on The Super League Show (BBC 1) and Super League Highlights (SkySports)
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Wigan Warriors v Catalans Dragons Preview
The Wigan Warriors welcome the Catalans Dragons to the North West of England from the South of France for a game that has the potential to be a blockbuster and for a match that will likely have a huge say on the outcome of the season for both teams.
The Warriors go into every game with the expectation to win or to at least to be competitive but they know that when they are playing at home, that expectation gets ramped even more as they play in front of their large and demanding fan base.
Both sides are full of international stars and good youngsters and both have enough quality throughout there teams to win the game but a lot will depend on how the Dragons play.
Far too often they struggle over on this side of the Channel but when they do show up, they have shown time and time again that they can go to the very best and not only push them all of the way but to even pick up the points.
The DW Stadium is host for this one and whilst on its day it can be amongst the best stadiums in the country and right up their amongst the most atmospheric, when the Dragons are in town it can often be flat and that can lead to some lethargy amongst the players.
Hopefully that isn’t the case in this one as both teams have enough quality to give us 80 minutes of nonstop action and entertainment.
Wigan Warriors v Catalans Dragons Prediction
Here at RLBet, we give out predict for who we think will win and also what we think the winning margin will be but don’t forget that the unpredictable nature of the Super League, this should only be seen as our view.