Wigan head to the Wish Communications Stadium this Sunday to face Castleford Tigers, 3.30pm kick off and will do so without a number of key players.
Lee Mossop was the latest to be added to the injury list, Shaun Wane told the pre-match press conference on Wednesday,
"It's looking like 12 weeks for Lee with his dislocated shoulder, it may be 10, we will do all we can to get him back as quickly as possible, if that includes hyperbaric oxygen chambers then so be it. he was in great form and we will miss him. It does give an opportunity for someone like Dom Crosby or Tom Spencer to step up into the squad, that's the decision I will make in the next couple of days."
Wigan are still without Epalahame Lauaki for a couple of weeks with his leg injury and Paul Prescott will have an operation on his back next week which is likely to keep him sidelined for upto 8 weeks.
Elsewhere the Warriors are still without Harrison Hansen (wrist) and Anthony Gelling (knee.)
Shaun confirmed that returning Second Row forward Chris Tuson came through the win over London unscathed.
Castleford meanwhile are expected to welcome back the influential Rangi Chase to their squad for Sunday's roses battle, he missed the 17 all home draw with the Catalan Dragons last Sunday through suspension.