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Wigan Warriors
Hull Kingston Rovers
04 May 12
KO 20:00
36 v 22
DW Stadium

Wigan Name 19 to face Robins

Wigan Warriors have named their 19 man squad to face Hull KR at the DW Stadium on Friday night, 8pm in the Stobart Super League.

Centre George Carmont (pictured) missed the win at Featherstone Rovers last Friday with a slight quad strain but has recovered and is expected to return to the side, Forward Ben Flower is also included in the squad after a run out last Sunday in the 20's against South Wales Scorpions after recovering from a hamstring injury.

Wigan Warriors 19 Man Squad (in squad number order)

Sam Tomkins, Josh Charnley, Darrell Goulding, George Carmont, Brett Finch, Thomas Leuluai, Paul Prescott, Michael McIlorum, Lee Mossop, Harrison Hansen, Gareth Hock, Sean O'Loughlin, Jeff Lima, Liam Farrell, Chris Tuson, Epalahame Lauaki, Ben Flower, Anthony Gelling, Jack Hughes.

Referee - Phil Bentham

Change in Wigan 19

4/5/12 - Wigan have today made two changes to their 19 man squad with Paul Prescott and Ben Flower coming out of the squad to be replaced by Gil Dudson and Logan Tomkins.

Carmont comes back into Wigan squad

Previous Meetings

Wigan Form
27/04/2012 Featherstone 16-32 Wigan
22/04/2012 Hull 12-56 Wigan
Opponent Form
22/04/2012 Hull 44-16 London
15/04/2012 Hull 18-20 Catalans

League Table

1 Leeds Rhinos 19 13 1 5 177 27
2 St Helens 19 13 0 6 143 26
3 Wigan Warriors 19 12 1 6 139 25
4 Huddersfield Giants 19 10 2 7 115 22
5 Castleford Tigers 19 11 0 8 31 22
6 Catalans Dragons 19 9 2 8 14 20
7 Warrington Wolves 19 9 0 10 33 18
8 Hull Kingston Rovers 19 9 0 10 -31 18
9 Hull FC 18 8 0 10 -6 16
10 Widnes Vikings 19 7 1 11 -31 15
11 Salford Red Devils 19 6 1 12 -122 13
12 Wakefield Wildcats 18 2 0 16 -462 4