Injury update

Get the latest on the Wigan Warriors squad before Monday’s Betfred Super League clash with Leigh Centurions – Brought to you by Assured Screening.

Adrian Lam’s men make the short journey to Leigh Sports Village on Monday night to take on local rivals Leigh for the second time in 2021, having beaten John Duffy’s side on the opening day in March.

The game holds an extra sprinkling of flavour, being the first Wigan game in over 12 months to see a limited number of spectators granted entry.

Team news

On Friday young forward James McDonnell joined York City Knights on a two-week loan, making him unavailable for selection. Learn more HERE.

Prop forward Tony Clubb has been handed a Grade F charge (Unacceptable language based on national or ethnic origin) and will serve the second of an eight match ban this weekend. Full statement HERE.

Injury news

Liam Marshall continues his recovery from a knee injury (ACL) sustained last September against Castleford Tigers.

Marshall in training

Providing an update on the winger earlier this week, Lam said: “He’s trained with the full squad for the first time today (Thursday), they gave him a round of applause for getting back out there with them. He’s probably two weeks away.”

Captain Tommy Leuluai remains sidelined with a sternum injury.

Oliver Gildart misses out as he gets closer to recovering from a groin injury which has kept the centre out of action so far this season.

Half back Jai Field remains out of action a he recovers from a hamstring tear picked up against Leigh in Round 1.

Wigan Warriors 21-man squad to face Leigh Centurions

1. Bevan French
2. Dom Manfredi
3. Zak Hardaker
8. Brad Singleton
9. Sam Powell
10. Joe Bullock
11. Willie Isa
12. Liam Farrell
13. John Bateman
14. Oliver Partington
15. Morgan Smithies
19. Liam Byrne
20. Harry Smith
21. Ethan Havard
22. Jake Bibby
23. Mitch Clark
25. Joe Shorrocks
27. Kai Pearce-Paul
28. Sam Halsall
30. Umyla Hanley
31. Jackson Hastings

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