Wigan Warriors head into Thursday’s clash at Warrington Wolves looking to build on an impressive defensive start to the season.
The Warriors have conceded just 42 in their three outings so far, while the Wolves have shipped 74 points.
The teams met four times last year and it was two wins each, but the Warriors were simply too good in the final two encounters.
Both teams have key players missing and with home advantage the Wolves are fancied by many pundits to record their first victory of the campaign.
However, the Warriors are 11/10 at Betfred with a six-point start and that looks too tempting to ignore.