Warrington Wolves head to the Stade Gilbert Brutus Stadium in the south of France tomorrow in a game that could help close the gap on the current top clubs including St. Helens.

What happened last week?

The Wire will go into the game after a dramatic 14-14 draw with Hull FC. The Dragons are currently third in the table and will look to keep their winning run going to keep up with Wigan Warriors and St. Helens.

The Wire will also face off against the Dragons in a fortnight as they compete in the Betfred Challenge Cup quarter-finals.

In the past game, Steve Price’s side came out on top, winning 30-16, but they were unable to travel to France due to the Covid outbreak in the Dragon camp towards the end of the 2020 season.

Team news

Price has named an unchanged squad for the trip to Perpignan and Tom Lineham will serve the second game of his current three-match ban.

The Dragons have made one change as Jordan Dezaria replaces Lambert Belmas in the squad.

Stats and landmarks

Fouad Yaha has scored a try in each of the Dragons’ last three meetings with Warrington.

Sam Tomkins needs 12 points to reach 1,000 in Super League (215 for Catalan and 773 for Wigan Warriors).

Last five meetings

Warrington 30-16 Dragons, 25/09/2020, Halliwell Jones Stadium

Dragons 30-10 Warrington, 3/08/2019, Gilbert Brutus Stadium

Warrington 34-4 Dragons, 8/6/2019, Halliwell Jones Stadium

Dragons 23-22 Warrington, 2/3/2019, Gilbert Brutus Stadium

Dragons 20-14 Warrington, 25/05/2018, Wembley Stadium

Head to head record

35 games

13 wins for Catalan Dragons

1 Draw

21 wins for Warrington Wolves

The game will be shown live on Sky Sports Arena from 4.55 PM.

(Image courtesy of MerseySportLive)

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