This weekend at Wigan

  • First team, Under-19s and Women’s team all in action this weekend.
  • Up first is the first team as they take on Catalans Dragons on Friday.
  • Academy host Hull KR on Saturday, while Warriors Women travel to local rivals St Helens.

Wigan Warriors’ first team, Under-19s and Women’s team are all in action once again this weekend.

First team

The Warriors host the League Leaders Catalans Dragons in the final round of the regular season, this Friday evening at the DW Stadium. The Warriors have an exemplary home record against the Dragons, having won their last 13 home meetings, their last home defeat coming against the Catalans in April 2011.

The Cherry and Whites head into the fixture with two wins from their previous six in the competition. As it stands, Wigan have secured a fourth placed finish, having won 14 of their 24 games this season. The Dragons have played two games less than the Warriors, but having lost just three games in the 2021 season, they have secured top spot for the first time in their history. Click HERE to read our match preview in full.

Tickets are still available to buy for the game. Please note that the deadline has now passed for Season Ticket Holders to invite a friend for free and key workers to claim two free tickets.

Wigan go into Friday’s game after beating Hull FC 10-0 last week.

Academy

On Saturday, our Under-19s play their penultimate game of 2021 as they host Hull KR Academy. The game will kick-off at 3pm at Robin Park Arena, with the Warriors going into it off the back of four consecutive wins.

With Covid-19 restrictions now lifted, supporters are allowed back at Robin Park Arena to watch the game – it is £5 entry for Adults and £3 for Concessions. Please note that for all games at Robin Park Arena it is cash only to gain entry and Season Tickets are not valid. The Academy game will also be broadcast live on Wigan TV.

Wigan ran out comfortable winners against Hull FC Academy last week.

Women

The Warriors Women end the weekend of action as they make the short trip over Billinge Hill to face St Helens in the Derby at the Totally Wicked Stadium.

Wigan head into the fixture having played seven games in the Betfred Women’s Super League, with five wins and two losses. In the Play-Off games the Warriors have lost all three ties against Castleford, York and Leeds and will need to come away with the win against Saints to have a chance of securing a Semi Final fixture. Click HERE to read our match preview.

Highlights and the full 80 minutes from both games will be available to watch on Wigan TV next week. Sign-up today by clicking HERE.

The Warriors Women lost against Leeds last week.