Sunday 10th Mar 15:30 Round: 6

Previous Super League Meetings

Sun 16 Feb 14
Reds Win:
18 - 14
Mon 10 Jun 13
Wildcats Win:
10 - 46
Sun 10 Mar 13
Draw
23 - 23
Sat 08 Sep 12
Wildcats Win:
34 - 42
Sat 21 Apr 12
Wildcats Win:
26 - 22
TRIES:
27
19
TRIES:
GOALS:
21
15
GOALS:
METRES:
7301
6180
METRES:
CARRIES:
1086
940
CARRIES:
TACKLES:
1463
1609
TACKLES:
OFFLOADS:
69
65
OFFLOADS:
PENALTIES:
29
40
PENALTIES:
BREAKS:
48
27
BREAKS:

Current Form

W
10/07
L
19/07
W
27/07
L
03/08
L
15/08
W
12/07
W
20/07
L
25/07
L
31/07
W
15/08

Match Preview

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats are without prop Andy Raleigh, who hurt a knee in the defeat by Catalan Dragons, but second-rower Frankie Mariano has recovered from a head injury sustained in that match. Centre Reece Lyne is poised to return after recovering from a pectoral injury and Oliver Wilkes is set to take the place of Raleigh.

Salford City Reds caretaker coach Alan Hunte recalls youngsters Niall Evalds, Gareth Owen and Theo Fages and welcomes back from suspension prop Lee Jewitt as well as winger Danny Broughton, who missed last week’s defeat by London Broncos after being stuck in a traffic jam. Stuart Howarth, Danny Williams and Ryan McGoldrick drop out.

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19 Man Squad

  • Mathers
  • Fox
  • Collis
  • L Smith
  • Lyne
  • Cockayne
  • Sykes
  • T Smith
  • Poore
  • Aiton
  • Wilkes
  • Lauitiiti
  • Mariano
  • Washbrook
  • Wood
  • Annakin
  • Trout
  • Mellars
  • Amor
Wakefield Wildcats 23-23 Salford Red Devils 2013.superleague.co.uk