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Wigan Warriors
Castleford Tigers
08 May 15
KO 20:00
DW Stadium
Last 3 Matches
01/05/2015 Wigan 60-0 Hull
23/04/2015 Wakefield 22-40 Wigan
Danger Men
Tries Joe Burgess 15
Points Matty Smith 97
Goals Matty Smith 42
Tournament Record
Total Games Played 566
Total Wins 379
Total Losses 166
Total Draws 21
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
40 Played 40
27 Wins 10
10 Losses 27
3 Draws 3
190 Tries 134
3 Goals 3
3 Field Goals 3
1097 Points 751
Last 3 Matches
03/05/2015 Castleford 36-28 Catalans
26/04/2015 Salford 20-22 Castleford
Danger Men
Tries Justin Carney 9
Points Luke Gale 89
Goals Luke Gale 36
Tournament Record
Total Games Played 475
Total Wins 196
Total Losses 261
Total Draws 18
Average Points For 0
Average Points Against 0
Biggest Win Castleford vs Salford
Won By 58
Heaviest Defeat Castleford vs StHelens
Lost By -68