Warrington Wolves will be looking to break their three game winless streak as they host the Leeds Rhinos in the Super League tonight.
The Wolves will be looking to achieve their first win in four games as they welcome an inform Leeds Rhinos at Halliwell Jones Stadium this evening. The game, which is to be played behind closed doors, promises to be a firecracker as the home side will hope to cement their place in the top four, whilst the visitors will be hoping to build on their impressive form and make it seven wins in eight matches.
Despite games coming in thick and fast due to the coronavirus pandemic, Leeds will be quietly confident on securing the victory after their impressive performance in the reverse fixture where they came out as 36-0 winners back in February.
The hosts will be without half-back Blake Austin and props Mike Cooper and Joe Philbin, as coach Steve Price has opted to rest them during the current fixture congestion, with Tom Lineham, Ben Murdoch-Masila and Jake Malmo already out of contention.
Leeds Rhinos’ head coach Richard Agar has turned a few heads with his 21-man squad selection as he looks to field a pretty inexperienced squad, with the Challenge Cup final against the Salford Red Devils on Saturday firmly in his sights.
With Jack Walker, Brad Dwyer, Adam Cuthbertson, Bodene Thompson and Cameron Smith being the most notable names within the 21-man squad, Leeds will still be hopeful in their ability to come away with the win on the road after putting 40 points past Hull F.C at Headingley last Thursday.
Kick off will be live on Sky Sports Arena at 7:45pm, whilst Sky Sports subscribers can also catch up with the live action via the Sky Go app.