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// H Injury Blow

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Warriors Second Row Forward Harrison Hansen has been dealt a blow just over a week to the start of the new season with the news he has picked up a wrist injury in the warm up game at Salford last week.

Head Coach Shaun Wane told us,

"Harrison will be struggling for the start of the season as it looks like he will need an operation on his wrist.I'm not sure of the exact timescale on that at the moment.

"He's struggling in the gym with his grip on the weights and for him to miss any training means it must be serious because he's a tough competitor. Harrison has been great in pre-season and any time on the sidelines is a blow for him and for us."

Shaun also confirmed that both Chris Tuson (dead leg) and Sean O'Loughlin (calf) could also miss Saturday's game at Warrington Wolves but both should be fine for the Super League opener at Salford City Reds next Friday 1st February, 8pm kick off.

Saturday's last warm up fixture against Warrington Wolves for Ben Westwood's Testimonial has a  3pm kick off and for subscribers to Wigan TV there will be full live Radio Commentary of the action at

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