2020 so far: In stats

As we get ever closer to Wigan Warriors’ return to Betfred Super League action after five months away, we take a look at the stats and facts from the 2020 campaign so far.


  • Round 1: Wigan Warriors 16-10 Warrington Wolves (DW Stadium)
Zak Hardaker celebrates victory over Warrington.
  • Round 2: Castleford Tigers 16-12 Wigan Warriors (Mend-A-Hose Jungle)
  • Round 3: Wigan Warriors 32-10 Toronto Wolfpack (DW Stadium) – Please note this result has been expunged after Toronto withdrew from the Betfred Super League on 20th July. Player stats earned in the game still stand.
  • Round 4: Wigan Warriors 26-12 Hull FC (DW Stadium)
  • Round 5: Huddersfield Giants 10-42 Wigan Warriors (John Smith’s Stadium)
  • Round 6: Wigan Warriors 30-16 Hull KR (DW Stadium)
Liam Marshall scores a try against Hull KR.
  • Round 7: Salford Red Devils 18-14 Wigan Warriors (AJ Bell Stadium)

Player stats 

  • Bevan French, Jackson Hastings, Tommy Leuluai, Willie Isa, Liam Farrell and Morgan Smithies have featured in all seven games so far.
  • Liam Marshall is the top try scorer with five to his name. Bevan French and Jackson Hastings are just behind with four each.
  • Zak Hardaker has the most goals with 23 and the most points with 46.
  • Jackson Hastings has the most assists with eight, while Bevan French is behind him on four.
  • Bevan French is third on the Steve Prescott Man of Steel leaderboard with seven points. Liam Farrell is also in the top ten with six points to his name, while Liam Marshall and Jackson Hastings have five points each.
Bevan French.

Team stats 

  • Wigan have scored 30 tries overall in 2020 so far.
  • In total, the Warriors have made 2370 tackles, 249 tackle busts, 1242 carries, 8665 metres and 50 clean breaks.

League stats

  • 6 games (minus the Toronto game)
  • Won 4
  • Drawn 0
  • Lost 2
  • Points For: 140
  • Points Against: 82
  • Points Difference: 58
  • 8 points 
Dom Manfredi and Liam Farrell celebrate a win over Hull KR in March.

League table 

(as of 8th August, 9pm)

  1. Leeds Rhinos
  2. Wigan Warriors
  3. Warrington Wolves
  4. Catalans Dragons 
  5. Castleford Tigers
  6. Huddersfield Giants
  7. St Helens 
  8. Hull FC
  9. Wakefield Trinity
  10. Salford Red Devils 
  11. Hull KR


  • Four players have made their Wigan debuts so far in 2020:
    • Jake Bibby 
    • George Burgess
    • Jackson Hastings 
    • Mitch Clark

Fixtures to come in August…

  • Sunday 09/08/2020: Wakefield Trinity vs Wigan Warriors (Emerald Headingley Stadium, 3:15pm – live on Sky Sports Arena and Our League)
  • Saturday 15/08/2020: Wigan Warriors vs Leeds Rhinos (Totally Wicked Stadium, 6:30pm – live on Sky Sports Arena and Our League)
  • Sunday 30/08/2020: Wigan Warriors vs Catalans Dragons (Halliwell Jones Stadium, 3:15pm – live on Sky Sports Arena and Our League)

Click here for our match preview on Wakefield Trinity vs Wigan Warriors.