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// Shaun Previews Warrington Game

Warriors Staff

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Wigan host Warrington Wolves at the DW Stadium on Friday in a huge local derby and Head Coach Shaun Wane is thoroughly looking forward to the meeting,

"I have watched their game against Wakefield, the Wildcats played well, they troubled Warrington big time. It will be a different game this week, they will have watched our game against London, no disrespect to those teams but this is a big game against the Monaghan's and Morley's and people like that.

"Their back rowers are dangerous, Westwood and Waterhouse are oustanding and a threat, they both have a good off load, they run strong and we need to be at our best, Lee Briers in another one who is playing really well and we need to target them.

"Their skill level is fantastic and they are hard to play against but if we concentrate on our defence we should be OK.

"We know what we need to do to win the game, we just need the right mentality on the day."

Shaun admitted there is something special about Friday night action at the DW with great atmosphere, he added,

"It's our first night game for a long time, there should be a massive crowd and we seem to play better under the lights, the lads are ready for this game."

Tickets for this exciting encounter are still on sale from the DW Stadium Ticket Office, by calling 0871 66 33 552 ( calls cost 10p a minute from a BT landline, other operators may vary)  and online click here, get yours and don't miss out on one of the most exciting home games of the season.

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