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Wigan Warriors v Wakefield Trinity
The Wigan Warriors welcome Wakefield Trinity to the DW Stadium for this round 23 match up that will be hugely important for both sides and the great news for fans of both teams is that you can watch all of the action live online via our Super League live streaming partners.
After a good run of form, Wigan are now in the top 5 but with things so tight in the play-off race, they know that only a strong end to the season will see them end there and it will likely be their home form that is the difference, starting with this game against Wakefield.
Wakefield started the season strongly but they have slowly dropped down the table to where they are now in a relegation scrap rather than a play-off battle but again, thanks to the tightness of the table, a shock win in this one could see them looking upwards once more.
Wigan have won 4 of their last 5 matches but that 1 loss came last time out in the derby against Saints.
Wakefield have won just 1 of their last 5 matches.
Wigan make 2 changes with Joe Bullock and Tommy Leuluai making way for youngsters Jack Wells and Ethan Havard.
Wakefield swap Chris Annakin for the injured Craig Kopczak. Wakefield make a change to their 19 man squad with David Fifita replacing Mason Caton-Brown.
Unfortunately for Wakefield fans, it is difficult to see where the next win will come for the away side whilst things are looking good for Wigan.
The Warriors will be targeting this game as a must win if they are to finish in the top 5 and with Wakey missing so many big names and key players, they should be in control from start to finish.
Score Prediction Wigan Warriors by 22