Warrington Wolves vs Catalans Dragons: 21-man squads, injury news, kick-off time and TV details

Unbeaten Warrington Wolves take on 2021 Grand Finalists in what should be an absolute cracker.

Warrington have won all three of their opening games so far against the Leeds Rhinos, Castleford Tigers and Toulouse Olympique whilst Catalans have had a mixed start to the campaign, beating Wakefield Trinity and Leeds but coming up short against reigning champions St Helens.

The Wolves will be at the Halliwell Jones Stadium for the second time in 2022.

21-man squads

Warrington Wolves

1 Stefan Ratchford
2 Josh Charnley
3 Peter Mata’utia
4 Toby King
5 Matty Ashton
6 Gareth Widdop
7 George Williams
8 Joe Philbin
9 Daryl Clark
10 Mike Cooper
11 Ben Currie
12 Oliver Holmes
13 Jack Hughes
14 Jason Clark
15 Joe Bullock
16 Danny Walker
17 Matt Davis
19 Robbie Mulhern
22 Josh Thewlis
24 Ellis Longstaff
25 Ellis Robson
26 Rob Butler
27 Riley Dean

Catalans Dragons

2 Tom Davies
3 Samisoni Langi
5 Fouad Yaha
6 Mitchell Pearce
7 Josh Drinkwater
11 Matt Whitley
12 Mike McMeeken
13 Benjamin Garcia
14 Alrix Da Costa
15 Benjamin Jullien
16 Paul Seguier
17 Mickael Goudemand
19 Arthur Romano
20 Tyrone May
21 Corentin Le Cam
23 Jordan Dezaria
24 Mathieu Cozza
25 Cesar Rouge
26 Romain Franco
28 Sam Kasiano
30 Florian Vailhen

Injury news

Oliver Holmes is back for Warrington after a two-game suspension, whilst Mike Cooper, Ben Currie and Gareth Widdop have recovered from injury and illness respectively. Sam Tomkins is out for Catalans, adding to the woes suffered by the Dragons with the likes of Julian Bousquet and Arthur Mourgue sidelined and Dylan Napa and Gil Dudson suspended. Youngsters Florian Vailhen, Cesar Rouge and Corentin Le Cam have been called-up.

Kick-off time

The game will kick off at 8pm on Friday night.

TV details

The game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Arena, with the program coming on at 7.30pm.

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