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Wigan Warriors
Widnes Vikings
25 June 12
KO 20:00
54 v 12
DW Stadium

Warriors Name 19 Man Squad

Warriors Head Coach Shaun Wane has today named his 19 man squad for Monday's home Stobart Super League clash against Widnes Vikings.

The Warriors welcome back to the squad prop Paul Prescott (pictured) after injury but still have a number of players sidelined, the latest being Tommy Leuluai who broke his leg last week whilst playing for the Exiles, Skipper Sean O'Loughlin is the likely cover at Half Back to partner Brett Finch. Young Welsh Second Row Forward Rhodri Lloyd who made his debut at Leeds is also included in the 19.

The injured players still include Pat Richards, Harrison Hansen, Stuart Fielden, Gil Dudson and Ben Flower.

Wigan Warriors 19 Man Squad (in squad number order)

Sam Tomkins, Josh Charnley, Darrell Goulding, George Carmont, Brett Finch, Paul Prescott, Michael McIlorum, Lee Mossop, Gareth Hock, Sean O'Loughlin, Liam Farrell, Chris Tuson, Epalahame Lauaki, Anthony Gelling, Jack Hughes, Logan Tomkins, Tom Spencer, Dom Crosby, Rhodri Lloyd.

Referee - Thierry Alibert

Prescott returns to action against Widnes

Previous Meetings

Wigan Form
09/06/2012 Catalans 14-36 Wigan
01/06/2012 Leeds 8-50 Wigan
Opponent Form
09/06/2012 London 28-24 Widnes
03/06/2012 Widnes 26-22 Huddersfield

League Table

1 Leeds Rhinos 20 14 1 5 205 29
2 St Helens 20 13 0 7 115 26
3 Wigan Warriors 20 12 1 7 128 25
4 Huddersfield Giants 20 11 2 7 133 24
5 Castleford Tigers 20 12 0 8 45 24
6 Warrington Wolves 20 10 0 10 44 20
7 Catalans Dragons 20 9 2 9 10 20
8 Hull FC 20 9 0 11 -9 18
9 Hull Kingston Rovers 20 9 0 11 -49 18
10 Widnes Vikings 20 7 1 12 -45 15
11 Salford Red Devils 20 7 1 12 -118 15
12 Wakefield Wildcats 20 3 0 17 -459 6