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// Shaun Looks Ahead To Sunday

Warriors Staff

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Wigan Warriors host Rob Powell's London Broncos at the DW Stadium on Sunday expecting another tough battle against a team that kick started their season themselves last time out with a win at home to Castleford Tigers.

Warriors Coach Shaun Wane is stil hurting following last Sunday's defeat at Widnes and is confident the side will bounce back at the DW against the men from the capital,

"We will fix what happened last week and I now can't until Sunday.I am looking for a response from my players, there is no two ways about that, we have spoke this week and in the chats we have nothing is left unsaid, we are all honest with each other and that is what I want, I want to make sure whoever is selected they perform at their best.

"The team have trained really well, the way they have trained on Wednesday they have really ripped into each other, it was a real physical session and it proved to me the players want to get out there and prove what a good team they really are."

On the Broncos, Shaun added,

"London have some good players, some talented players, Chris Bailey is a player I admire, Chris Melling one of our old players, they score some great tries. They have to quality people in the halves in Michael Witt and Craig Gower who performed really well last week against Castleford. They beat a very good Cas team. The team I pick this week will have a different mentality.

"I saw them play recently against Salford and they weren't firing on all cylinders that day but last week they showed what they can do. We need to put pressure on their halves and rushing them into decisions, we need to be concentrating for the full 80 minutes."

Sunday's home game is the first of two fixtures at the DW in less than a week with the Warrington Wolves to follow next Friday. Tickets for both games are on sale from the DW Stadium Ticket Office, via 0871 66 33 552 ( calls cost 10p per minute from a BT landline, other operators may vary) and online click here.

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