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Wigan Warriors have a huge chance to go top of the league on Sunday.

A win will see them leap frog Warrington Wolves at the Super League summit.

The Wolves have been top of the league since Round One but back to back defeats opens up a huge chance for the Warriors as they host bottom club Wakefield Trinity who are facing the prospect of a 10th consecutive defeat but the Warriors are doing it tough at present.

Matt Peet has named his 21-man squad for Sundayโ€™s Betfred Super League Round 10 clash with Wakefield Trinity at the DW Stadium which has been delayed due to the government’s alert system.

The Wigan Head Coach has named his 21-man squad for Sundayโ€™s fixture. Mike Cooper, Brad Singleton, Cade Cust and Jai Field are unavailable through injury whilst two changes see Morgan Smithies return to the squad following a one-match suspension.

Zach Eckersley, who has impressed on loan at Widnes in recent weeks, also comes into the squad in place of Iain Thornley.

As for Wakefield, they could give a debut to new loan signing Rowan Milnes from Hull KR.

Huddersfield Giants loanee Sam Hewitt is named but Innes Senior and Nathan Mason are left out.

Kelepi Tanginoa could finally play after being left out last week.

Oliver Pratt is brought into the squad.

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