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// Sunday Stats

Warriors Staff

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Wigan host london Broncos at the DW Stadium on Sunday afternoon looking to bounce back following last weekends loss to Widnes.

Stats - Courtesy of RFL and Kevin Riley

The first ever game between the two clubs was 14th September 1980 against Wigan who had just been relegated, and the London club won the game 24 - 5. They were then known as Fulham.

Darrel Goulding needs 1 try for 50 regular season Super League tries and 4 points for 200 points in Super League.

Sean O'Loughlin needs 2 tries for 50 regular season Super League tries.

Gareth Hock needs 2 points for 150 career points for Wigan.

Pat Richards will make his 150th Super League regular season start if selected today.

Pat Richards needs 19 points for 2000 career points at Wigan.

Wigan's Pat Richards scored points in the Warriors' last ten matches against Harlequins, and ran in tries in the last three games between the sides as follows: 2-2-1.

Wigan won their last three meetings with Harlequins, with the capital side's last win coming 38-26 at the DW Stadium on 23 April, 2010.

Wigan's last win against the club as London Broncos was 26-22 at Brentford's Griffin Park on 12 September, 2004 - with the Broncos then going on to win both fixtures between the sides in 2005.

Super League summary (including Harlequins, 2006-2011)

Wigan won 24
London Broncos won 9
2 draws

Wigan highest score: 64-8 (H, 2004) (also widest margin)
London Broncos highest score: 38-12 (H, 1997) (also widest margin)


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