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// Warriors Injury Update

Warriors Staff

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The Warriors Good Friday win at St Helens came at a cost with injuries to Iain Thornley, Ben Flower and Eddy Pettybourne.

Head Coach Shaun Wane confirmed on Thursday that Iain would require an operation on his shoulder following a pectoral tear and would likely now miss the rest of the season, Ben Flower's ankle injury would rule him out for upto six weeks while Eddy would probably miss a couple of weeks with his calf problem.

Shaun told us,

"Losing two Front Rowers for a decent amount of time is a blow to us but we have to deal with it. Iain will have an operation today, Ben is probably six weeks and Eddy is a couple of weeks off."

Looking towards Sunday, Shaun will make a decision on Sean O'Loughlin later in the week, he has a slight neck problem but he confirmed that Matty Bowen, Matty Smith and Joe Burgess were all likely to make a return to the Wigan squad after missing Bradford on Easter Monday and impressive debutant Ryan Sutton would also get another chance in the squad for the Cup encounter with Hunslet.

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