Quins fought back from 24-6 down to win 38-26 in 2010, but they come up against a Warriors side that has won its last five matches.
Randall scored the last try in that victory, and he said: “It was awesome. I think it was one of their biggest crowds, the St George’s Day event last year. Scoring the last try to seal the win was great and I remember a lot of smiling people in the crowd after that one.”
The Wigan game comes a week before a tricky Challenge Cup fifth round clash against Leeds, but Quins go in to the two games knowing that they have won on their last visit to each club.
He added: “They are two big games for us. Obviously we don’t want them to score that many points, so we don’t have to do another come back!. But if we have a good game and perform well and continue working hard like we have done, it will set us in good stead for Leeds next week. We are definitely looking forward to the challenge.”