That victory sparked a run of form for the Robins which has faltered in the last couple of weeks, with defeats coming at Catalans last week, and
Prediction: Wigan are unbeaten at home this season, and it should stay that way, with the Warriors winning a close game by six points.
Wigan (19-man squad): Bateman, Bowen, Burgess, Clubb, Crosby, L. Farrell, Flower, Hampshire, Manfredi, McIlorum, Mossop, Patrick, Powell, Sarginson, Smith, Sutton, Tautai, J. Tomkins, Williams.
Hull KR (19-man squad): Blair, Boudebza, Burke, Campese, Cockayne, Dixon, Donaldson, Esslemont, Green, Horne, Kelly, Larroyer, Lunt, McCarthy, Ollett, Sio, Tilse, Walker, Welham.
Wigan have won their last six home meetings with Hull KR. The Robins’ last away win against the Warriors was 20-12 on 15 May, 2009.
Wigan have the longest winning streak in Super League, having won their last three matches. Their last defeat was 24-18 at Salford on 6 April.
Super League Summary:
Wigan won 14 (includes wins in 2009 and 2010 play-offs)
Hull KR won five
Wigan highest score: 84-6 (A, 2013) (also widest margin)
Hull KR highest score: 39-22 (H, 2008) (also widest margin)
Last 10 Meetings:
Hull KR 22, Wigan 20 (SLR3, 1/3/15)
Hull KR 14, Wigan 14 (SLR24, 14/8/14)
Wigan 34, Hull KR 20 (SLR5, 14/3/14)
Wigan 21, Hull KR 16 (SLR23, 2/8/13)
Hull KR 14, Wigan 46 (CCR5, 12/5/13)
Hull KR 6, Wigan 84 (SLR10, 1/4/13)
Hull KR 36, Wigan 42 (SLR26, 2/9/12)
Wigan 36, Hull KR 22 (SLR13, 4/5/12)
Wigan 40, Hull KR 6 (SLR15, 30/5/11)
Hull KR 16, Wigan 28 (SLR10, 15/4/11)