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Bradford Bulls
Wigan Warriors
27 July 14
KO 15:00
Provident Stadium
Last 3 Matches
20/07/2014 Huddersfield 52-26 Bradford
11/07/2014 StHelens 46-22 Bradford
Danger Men
Tries Adrian Purtell 11
Points Jamie Foster 114
Goals Jamie Foster 38
Tournament Record
Total Games Played 528
Total Wins 318
Total Losses 193
Total Draws 17
Average Points For 0
Average Points Against 0
Biggest Win Bradford vs Salford
Won By 80
Heaviest Defeat Bradford vs Wigan
Lost By -78
Head To Head
49 Played 49
20 Wins 28
28 Losses 20
1 Draws 1
154 Tries 219
7 Goals 13
13 Field Goals 7
983 Points 1277
Last 3 Matches
18/07/2014 Wigan 56-10 Hull
12/07/2014 Catalan 16-37 Wigan
Danger Men
Tries Joe Burgess 23
Points Matty Smith 220
Goals Matty Smith 97
Tournament Record
Total Games Played 549
Total Wins 371
Total Losses 159
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