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// Shaun Previews Cup Clash

Warriors Staff

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Wigan Warriors face Hunslet Hawks at the DW Stadium this Sunday in Round 5 of the Tetley's Challenge Cup.

Having beaten Dewsbury Rams away in Round 4 the Cup holders now face the Championship One League Leaders from South Leeds.

Looking ahead to the game, Shaun Wane told us,

"I just want to win the game and win it in a good manner, at the end of the day it is a game of Rugby League and if you don't turn up ready to do the tough stuff you will get your fingers burned. We need to turn with a good attitude, start the game strongly and if we do the players I will pick should give us a win. We need to do the right things.

"Some of their players will have never been to the DW Stadium, our great ground, and they have Thomas and James Coyle in their Club as well so they have a couple of players who know alot about us and about me, I coached them. It will be a test but I am pretty sure if we turn up with the right attitude we should win the game.

"This is a big game for Hunslet and an important game for us, we enjoyed Wembley last year and we would love a repeat of that once more again this season, we have to do the tough stuff first starting again this Sunday."

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