Rads returns after recovering from a hamstring injury which he picked up at home to London last month, he has missed the last six while Brown has missed the last three with an ankle injury picked up at Saints in the Cup.
Ian told the press, "Kris Radlinski will be back, Kevin Brown will be back and I am hopeful Brett Dallas will also return, unfortunately it's a week too early for Brian Carney."
" I am sure the fans will appreciate Kris back at home after making his decision recently to stay on board. He’s trained very well and I think it helped fast-track his injury. I just knew he had made the right decision when he came to training with a big smile on his face. He’s very buoyant. I can’t wait to see him play again and I’m sure the fans will appreciate Kris playing his first game back at home after his decision to stay.”
The Warriors could also welcome back prop Jerry Seuseu after a weeks rest with a knee problem. Ian told the press he was hopeful that he would also play.
Wigan 20-man squad: Radlinski, Dallas, Wild, Aspinwall, Gleeson, Orr, Moran, Hargreaves, Newton, Guisset, Hansen, Allen, Botham, Godwin, Sculthorpe, Vaealiki, Brown, Seu Seu, Tickle.
Wakefield 20-man squad: Halpenny, Wainwright, Demetriou, Domic, Tadulala, Kirk, Jeffries, Griffin, March, Korkidas, Solomona, J. Field, Spicer, Obst , Snitch, MacGillivray, Elima, Henderson, Wrench, Booth
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