As expected Sean O Loughlin is sidelined with a sternum injury to add to the list off Andy Farrell, Mick Cassidy, Brett Dallas,Craig Smith, Ricky Bibey,Stephen Wild and Luke Robinson who are all out.
The squad named is -
Kris Radlinski Brian Carney Martin Aspinwall David Hodgson Jamie Ainscough Paul Johnson Adrian Lam Terry O' Connor Terry Newton Danny Sculthorpe Gareth Hock Danny Tickle Nick Graham
Shaun Briscoe Mark Smith Mark Roberts Kevin Brown David Allen Harrison Hansen
The Warriors go into the clash having picked up three points from tough fixtures against St.Helens, Bradford and Leeds, meanwhile Widnes are eager to get back on track following last Saturday's defeat at Warrington. Wigan Coach Stuart Raper said about the game,
"They have had quite an erratic year, they started off poor, they then got three games straight ,but they were quite poor against Warrington, I think Neil Kelly was fuming about their performance and they obviously will be trying to put a few things right for the visit of us. It will be another tough game, you never get anything different in Super League, it will be another physical game, we have played three physical games recently and we have done alright."
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