Match Preview

Friday 25th May 2018, 20:00
Super League - Round: 16
 

Round: 16  Official: R Hicks  Venue: Halton Stadium

 

Widnes Vikings

Widnes Vikings VS. Wakefield Trinity

Wakefield Trinity

19 Man Squad

Widnes Vikings 19 Man Squad Wakefield Trinity 19 Man Squad
Marsh1Annakin
Runciman2 Arona
Ah Van3 Batchelor
Mellor4 Caton-Brown
Gilmore5 England
Whitley6 Fifita
Cahill7 Hampshire
Craven8 Hirst
Olbison9 Horo
Wilde10 Johnstone
Burke11 Jowitt
Leuluai12 Kirmond
Johnstone13 Lyne
D. Walker14 Miller
Chamberlain15 Pauli
Chapelhow16 Randell
Farnworth17 Tupou
Heremaia18 Wood
W. Albert.19 Jones-Bishop.

Stats over last 8 encounters

Widnes Vikings   Wakefield Trinity
132 TOTAL POINTS 205
2 TOTAL WINS 6
6 TOTAL LOSES 2
0 TOTAL DRAWS 0
23 TOTAL TRIES 36
20 TOTAL GOALS 30
0 TOTAL DROP GOALS 1

Head to Head

Last 8 Meetings
24th June 2018: Wakefield Trinity win 44-22 at The Mobile Rocket Stadium
25th May 2018: Wakefield Trinity win 19-6 at Halton Stadium
14th July 2017: Wakefield Trinity win 36-8 at Halton Stadium
20th May 2017: Wakefield Trinity win 34-12 at St James' Park, Newcastle
7th April 2017: Wakefield Trinity win 30-4 at The Beaumont Legal Stadium
21st August 2016: Widnes Vikings win 40-8 at Select Security Stadium Halton
29th April 2016: Wakefield Trinity win 18-16 at Select Security Stadium Halton
7th February 2016: Widnes Vikings win 24-16 at Belle Vue Stadium

 

Widnes Vikings coach Denis Betts recalls centre Ed Chamberlain in place of Jimmy Keinhorst, who has been recalled by Leeds Rhinos, and turns to Tom Gilmore and Owen Farnworth after losing Rhys Hanbury and Alex Gerrard to injury.

Wakefield Trinity coach Chris Chester recalls full-back Max Jowitt, with Ryan Hampshire set to switch to half-back in the absence of Liam Finn, while forward Chris Annakin makes his return from injury in place of Matty Ashurst. Prop Anthony England is also back in place of Craig Huby after missing the defeat by Huddersfield Giants through illness.

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