Wigan comebacks: Classic games

  • This week on Wigan TV we’re focusing on classic games when Wigan have come from behind to win in dramatic style. 
  • Watch classic late wins every day on Wigan TV.
  • As part of Warriors Rewind on Facebook on Friday we will ‘live’ stream the 2018 fixture as Wigan came from behind to beat Catalans in Perpignan.

This week on Wigan TV, in partnership with Principal Partner Prestone, we are looking back at some of the classic games when Wigan have come from behind to win in dramatic style.

Ranging from 1994 all the way up until 2018, there will be 12 classic late wins uploaded to Wigan TV this week.

Subscribers will be able to watch highlights and the full games with two uploads guaranteed each day from 2pm on the homepage.

We kick the week off with games from 1994 and 1995. The first is from February 1994 when Wigan went to Hull in the Challenge Cup. The visitors went into the game having won 32 consecutive Challenge Cup games and the battle was on to make it 33 as they trailed 21-2…

The second classic game is from December 1995 when Wigan travelled to Widnes in the Regal Trophy. From 16-4 with ten minutes left to play, the away side forced extra time and went on to win…

Watch the games in full or in highlight form on Wigan TV by clicking HERE.

Trent Barrett celebrates as Wigan snatched a 30-31 win at Bradford in 2007.
The Wigan team celebrate as Taulima Tautai went over for a try against Widnes in 2018.
Matty Smith celebrates scoring a drop-goal against Warrington in 2016.

Also this week on Facebook on Friday at 6pm, as part of our Warriors Rewind series and presented by Principal Partner Prestone, we will be ‘live’ streaming the 2018 fixture between Catalans Dragons and Wigan.

Losing 21-0, the Warriors fought back to win 23-35 in Perpignan and fans will be able to watch the full game on Facebook on Friday.

During the coronavirus pandemic, Wigan TV has given fans their rugby league ‘fix’. 

Since the lockdown began 16 weeks ago, there has been over 165 classic games and over 200 hours’ worth of rugby league uploaded to the service. 

Each week, the platform has focused on a series of classic games, spanning back through several decades. Wigan TV has uploaded games from the 1989-90, 1990-91, 1995-96, 1998, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 and 2018 seasons, as well as rewinding to the Adrian Lam years, Magic Weekend years, all four World Club Challenge wins, memorable one-point wins and nillings.

Wigan TV is Wigan Warriors’ official video on demand and live streaming platform and its match archive feature allows fans to access its growing reel of archive matches. 

Simply click and watch the match you want to see again, selecting by season, opposition or competition. 

Whether it’s the chance to re-live the days of Ellery Hanley, Shaun Edwards and Andy Farrell, or just the chance to smile at some of the recent special moments we’ve seen from the likes of Bevan French, Jackson Hastings and Liam Marshall, it’s all there when you want it on Wigan TV.

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Tuesday 14 July 2020