Leeds v Castleford may also share the headlines for game of the weekend, but there’s no doubting this clash between last year’s Grand Finalists has the most at stake.
For both you feel it’s a must win, with a Warrington loss potentially leaving them two points off the Super 8’s and an almost unchasable nine points behind the top four.
Wigan will also be wary of how damaging defeat could be to their top four hopes, with Leeds and Salford having the chance to go five clear of the pre-season favourites.
This one is too close to call especially with handicaps, so if you’re fancying a punt on this one the straight win will give you more than enough value.
Wigan are 4/6 to keep the pressure on the top four, whilst Warrington can be found at 6/5 to take the two points and continue their climb up the table after a disastrous start to the 2017 Betfred Super League.
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