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Super League | Round 13
Warrington Wolves vs Catalans Dragons
Halliwell Jones Stadium
25.09.2020 | 7pm
Catalans Dragons will travel to the Halliwell Jones Stadium on Friday to face Warrington in the Super League round 13, kick-off at 7pm.
The Wolves are currently sitting in second spot of the Super League thanks to a 72.73% win rate with 8 wins in 11 games. With St Helens, Warrington is the only team to have won every single match in Super League since the restart.
Following their defeat against Wigan for their return at Brutus, the Dragons are now 5th out of 11. With a win, the Catalans have the possibility to catch up with their weekend opponents. It won’t be easy for the Dragons, indeed, they haven’t won at the Halliwell Jones Stadium since 2011.
The Dragons will still be without David Mead but Tom Davies is back in the squad to face the Wolves.
Here is Catalans Dragons’ 21-man squad to travel to Warrington on Friday.
The Wolves of Warrington are undefeated in their last eleven home meetings with Catalans, having won ten and drawn one. The Dragons' last win at the Halliwell Jones Stadium was 22-20 on 3 April, 2011.
Head-to-Head (37 games):
14 wins for the Dragons
22 wins for Warrington
Last five meetings:
03.08.19 | Catalans Dragons 30 – 10 Warrington Wolves | Gilbert Brutus Stadium
08.06.19 | Warrington Wolves 34 – 4 Catalans Dragons | Halliwell Jones Stadium
02.03.19 | Catalans Dragons 23 – 22 Warrington Wolves | Gilbert Brutus Stadium
25.08.18 | Catalans Dragons 20 – 14 Warrington Wolves | Wembley Stadium
10.08.18 | Warrington Wolves 56 – 6 Catalans Dragons | Halliwell Jones Stadium
History: Wolves vs Dragons
25.08.2018 | Dragons 20 – 14 Warrington
Catalans Dragons: Gigot, Tierney, Mead, Wiliame, Yaha, Langi, Drinkwater, Simon, McIlorum, Moa, Jullien, Garcia, Casty | Subs: Bousquet, Baitieri, Goudemand, Edwards
T: Lewis Tierney, Ben Garcia, Brayden Wiliame
G: Josh Drinkwater (4)
On the 25th August 2018, the Dragons won the Challenge Cup for the first time of their history following a 20-14 win over Warrington in front of more than 50,000 fans at the Wembley Stadium. Thanks to an efficient attack and a heroic defense, Catalans Dragons made history to beat the Wolves. For the first time in 122 years, the Challenge Cup left England.
How to follow?
Official club website
Catalans Dragons’ app
France Bleu Roussillon
Agenda of the week
Thursday 24th September
3.45pm | Hull KR – Leeds
7.00pm | Hull FC – Salford
9.15pm | Castleford – Huddersfield
Friday 25th September
7.00pm | Warrington – Dragons
9.15pm | Wigan – Wakefield