Wigan Warriors are back in action on Easter Monday with an awy trip to Craven Park to face Hull KR, the game has a 3pm kick off.
Wigan have already faced Rovers in pre-season and the Warriors are expecting a tough test against what will be a determined Hull KR side.
Speaking last week talking about the busy Easter programme, Head Coach Shaun Wane told us,
"Hull KR are a great team and like us they had a very tough game, on Good Friday they had a local derby against Hull. I am sure we will be sore as will they, it will be an interesting game to watch, to coach in and to play in. Craig Sandercock has done a great job there, they have some good quality players as we found in the pre-season friendly so we will need to go across to Hull and do a good job on them."
The game will see the return of Blake Green and Scott Taylor on Monday to their fomer Club following their close season move to the Warriors from East Yorkshire and Shaun added,
"They will be both looking forward to going back there (if selected. I'm sure and they will be looking for big performances."
Stats courtesy of RFL In Touch
HULL KINGSTON ROVERS v WIGAN WARRIORS (Easter Monday, 3.00pm)
Wigan have won their last nine meetings with Hull KR. The Robins' last win was 20-12 at the JJB Stadium (as it was then known) on 15 May, 2009.
The Warriors ended the Robins' season with play-off successes in both 2009 and 2010.
Wigan have also triumphed on each of their last five visits to Craven Park, with Hull KR's last home win against the Warriors coming 39-22 on 13 July, 2008.
Super League summary
Hull KR won 4
Wigan won 11 (includes wins in 2009 & 2010 play-offs)
Hull KR highest score: 39-22 (H, 2008) (also widest margin)
Wigan highest score: 42-18 (H, 2010 PSF); 42-36 (A, 2012) (Widest margin: 40-6, H, 2011)
Referee - Phil Bentham