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Wigan Warriors
Salford Red Devils
31 July 14
KO 20:00
DW Stadium
Last 3 Matches
27/07/2014 Bradford 16-8 Wigan
18/07/2014 Wigan 56-10 Hull
Danger Men
Tries Joe Burgess 23
Points Matty Smith 220
Goals Matty Smith 97
Tournament Record
Total Games Played 550
Total Wins 371
Total Losses 160
Total Draws 19
Average Points For 0
Average Points Against 0
Biggest Win Wigan vs Hull
Won By 78
Heaviest Defeat Wigan vs Leeds
Lost By -70
Head To Head
34 Played 34
30 Wins 4
4 Losses 30
0 Draws 0
209 Tries 72
3 Goals 2
2 Field Goals 3
1199 Points 410
Last 3 Matches
25/07/2014 Salford 18-22 Leeds
20/07/2014 Hull 18-38 Salford
Danger Men
Tries Francis Meli 14
Points Jake Mullaney 68
Goals Jake Mullaney 30
Tournament Record
Total Games Played 430
Total Wins 132
Total Losses 291
Total Draws 7
Average Points For 0
Average Points Against 0
Biggest Win Salford vs Paris
Won By 42
Heaviest Defeat Salford vs Bradford
Lost By -80