Sunday 7th Apr 18:45 Round: 11

Previous Super League Meetings

Fri 30 May 14
Wolves Win:
24 - 6
Fri 21 Feb 14
Rhinos Win:
18 - 12
Sat 14 Sep 13
Wolves Win:
40 - 20
Fri 05 Jul 13
Wolves Win:
19 - 18
Sun 07 Apr 13
Rhinos Win:
28 - 22
TRIES:
16
19
TRIES:
GOALS:
12
18
GOALS:
METRES:
6395
7486
METRES:
CARRIES:
1084
1116
CARRIES:
TACKLES:
1760
1601
TACKLES:
OFFLOADS:
63
78
OFFLOADS:
PENALTIES:
31
29
PENALTIES:
BREAKS:
26
28
BREAKS:

Current Form

W
29/06
L
04/07
W
11/07
D
17/07
W
25/07
W
29/06
W
04/07
W
13/07
L
18/07
L
27/07

Match Preview

Leeds Rhinos full-back Zak Hardaker makes his return from a broken thumb, with Kallum Watkins set to switch to the wing in place of Joe Vickery, who is out with a hamstring injury. Prop Kylie Leuluai returns from injury to take the place of Ryan Bailey, who begins a four-match ban, and second-rower Chris Clarkson stands by in case Brett Delaney fails a late fitness test.

Warrington Wolves recall winger Chris Riley and hooker Mickey Higham, who were both rested against London Broncos on Easter Monday, while back-rower Tyrone McCarthy is hoping for a recall after being named in the 19-man squad.

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19 Man Squad

  • Hardaker
  • Watkins
  • Moon
  • Hall
  • McGuire
  • Burrow
  • Leuluai
  • McShane
  • Peacock
  • Jones-Buchanan
  • Ablett
  • Sinfield
  • Ward
  • Delaney
  • Kirke
  • Clarkson
  • Achurch
  • Moore
  • Singleton

Form players

Player

Paul Aiton

Tackles: 133

Player

Jamie Peacock

Metres: 653

Tackles: 168

Player

Brett Delaney

Tackles: 132

Player

Matthew Russell

Metres: 640

Player

Joel Monaghan

Tries: 5

Player

Ben Currie

Tackles: 121

Leeds Rhinos 28-22 Warrington Wolves 2013.superleague.co.uk