Warrington boosted by return of star signing after controversy

Because we are fast approaching the Easter weekend it means we are also approaching Super League’s Rivals Round.

There are some big games including a basement battle between West Yorkshire rivals Wakefield Trinity and Castleford Tigers on Thursday which could have a huge impact on the relegation battle at this early stage.

On Good Friday we are treated to our traditional derby clashes as Hull FC and Hull KR collide and Wigan Warriors take on Champions St Helens.

But one of the biggest games, at least in terms of the league table, is the game with the biggest distance between the opponents as Warrington Wolves travel to France to take on the Catalans Dragons.

The two only have one defeat between them making it a huge top of the table clash between first and second.

With the game expected to attract a big crowd the Dragons have elected to put up a temporary stand releasing the following statement:

“The club, which is preparing for a large attendance for this Easter Saturday, has decided to rent a temporary stand that will be installed in place of the old south stand.

“This temporary stand will be operational for a month and used for receptions in Warrington and St Helens on Friday 5 May.”

Adding to all of this, Warrington’s star signing former World Cup winner Josh McGuire is set for his debut after missing the opening seven rounds through suspension for using inappropriate language.

Matty Russell is also named despite limping off against Hull FC. He will have to battle with Josh Thewlis for a place on the wing.

There is still no Daryl Clark.

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