Wigan Hull Classic

Wigan Hull Classic

Just over two years ago Wigan travelled to the KCOM Stadium looking to maintain a charge going into the unknown of the Super 8s for the first time.

The Warriors had won on their last five trips to Hull and Shaun Wane brought in Matty Bowen for Ryan Hampshire in the full-back position with youngsters Sam Powell and Ryan Sutton also coming in on the bench replacing Lee Mossop and Larne Patrick.

A victory would mean, Wigan would have a week off on the back of three straight wins.

The two sides will make history in February 2018 when they contest the first Super League match outside of Europe at Wollongong’s WIN Stadium, home to the St George Illawara Dragons before heading up to Sydney for the double-header clash with South Sydney Rabbitohs

There’s now just 100 days to go before the tour, Wigan and Rugby League fans can find all of the information they require simply by visiting www.wiganwarriors.com/nsw-tour.

Tickets for the game in New South Wales are on general sale. For full details CLICK HERE.

Official tours from Shearings are now available with details available HERE.

Watch the game in full on Wigan TV HERE.

Wigan Warriors and Hull FC in Sydney and Wollongong, 2018, is brought to you by Destination New South Wales and Destination Wollongong.

Hull FC Team: Jordan Rankin, Tom Lineham, Fetuli Talanoa, Jack Logan, Steve Michaels, Jordan Abdull, Marc Sneyd, Micky Paea, Danny Houghton, Liam Watts, Richard Whiting, Mark Minichiello, Joe Westerman. Subs: Chris Green, Jordan Thompson, Dean Hadley, Josh Bowden

Wigan Team: Matty Bowen, Josh Charnley, John Bateman, Anthony Gelling, Joe Burgess, George Williams, Matty Smith, Dom Crosby, Michael McIlorum, Ben Flower, Joel Tomkins, Liam Farrell, Sean O’Loughlin. Subs: Sam Powell, Tony Clubb, Taulima Tautai, Ryan Sutton

Referee: Ben Thaler

Attendance: 10,787

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