Singleton: Expect the best
- Wigan Warriors Brad Singleton looks ahead to Friday’s Super League Round 18 clash at Wakefield Trinity.
- Singleton: “I’ve been on the end of some big losses there so we are ready for them in the sense that we will be expecting the best of Wakefield.”
- Tickets are still available for Friday night’s game, and can be purchased HERE.
Brad Singleton says Warriors will ‘expect the best’ when they travel to Wakefield Trinity on Friday night.
Speaking after training, Singleton said: “It’s been a good week and we are all really focused in what we are doing. After how well the last two matches have gone the boys are in a good place at the minute.”
The Warriors defeated Huddersfield Giants 22-6 last time out at the DW Stadium, and Singleton praised the performance: “Huddersfield were always going to be technically great so we had to set up and get the better of that. The game wasn’t as exciting as some of the others have been, but we made sure we got what was a professional win in the end.”
The Cherry and Whites have won their last three matches in all competitions, and Singleton believes the run is coming at a crucial time: “This period now before the play-offs and after the big start is really important, especially if you’re still in the cup which we are. If we can start ticking off the wins now then we will be in a great place.”
Wigan travel to the Be Well Support Stadium on Friday night to take on a Wakefield Trinity side who have won their last two home matches against Leeds Rhinos and the Salford Red Devils last time out.
Speaking on the threat Trinity will pose, Singleton said: “Regardless of their league form, what Wakefield have had for years is the ability to be ‘giant killers’. We won’t even be looking at the table because if you go there without the right mindset they get you as they have some great individuals.
“I’ve been on the end of some big losses there so we are ready for them in the sense that we will be expecting the best of Wakefield.”
Match tickets are available to buy online HERE and in-Store at Robin Park Arena (open Monday-Saturday, 10am-4pm). Tickets will be taken off sale online and in-store at 12pm Friday 7 July. Please note that tickets purchased online after 4pm on Tuesday 4 July will need to be collected from the Robin Park Arena Club store.