Huge George Williams decision made

Warrington Wolves must defeat Huddersfield Giants to secure a top six spot alongside the likes of Wigan Warriors, Hull KR, Leigh Leopards and St Helens.

The Wolves have to finish above Salford Red Devils who take on Catalans Dragons on Friday.

The Wolves had to do it tough lately with some key absences but they have been handed a huge boost in the fact that George Williams is back in the mix after missing last week’s defeat to St Helens.

He returns after a thigh injury last week and could ensure the Wolves secure a play off spot.

They will be without Paul Vaughan however after a controversial ban.

Gary Chambers spoke about this earlier today: “He’s gutted about it obviously. He’s been a massive part of what we’ve done this year, anything that has been successful around the team he’s been involved in that. What I would like to say as well is we fully understand and respect what a grade E charge is and we get that and if we’re going to go any further into this, we’re just looking into it at the moment.”

He also spoke about the impact on Vaughan: “Yeah, that’s tough, isn’t it? It’s tough on the lads, it’s tough on Paul and ultimately the fans as well.”

He also called for more common sense: “Maybe, and that’s something that we’ll look into and I’m sure that the people within the game are looking to. I’ll say again, we get why it’s there, we get this grade E charge, we see what that’s about; but I think there’s a bigger picture here, isn’t there?”

He also spoke about injuries: “We’ll make that decision tomorrow when they come in, and see where we are with the squad and how that looks. We’ll know better tomorrow and how they pull up after what’s been done here.”

There was also an update on Joe Bullock: “Yeah, he ran yesterday, he’s another. The medical team are going to have calls this morning to see how everybody is, there’s a lot of tissue injuries here so it totally depends on how they are.”

The Wolves will be hoping to get a win over the Huddersfield Giants come Friday to secure their play off spot.

It is one of six games at 20:00 on Friday.