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Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors, Friday 13th April, kick off 7.45pm

Leeds Rhinos welcome Wigan Warriors to Emerald Headingley on Friday for one of the most eagerly anticipated games of the season.

Shaun Wane’s side are currently second in the Betfred Super League table, one point ahead of the Rhinos, with both teams having played nine games.

Wigan scored 28 unanswered points in 25 second half minutes to overcome an initial 21-0 deficit in Perpignan last Saturday evening, scoring six tries to secure a seventh successive win over the Dragons. That represented four points from three games over the Easter period, having lost the derby at St Helens – their first defeat in nine Good Friday’s – and overcome Hull KR at home on the Monday. Victory came despite a delay in getting over to Perpignan because of air traffic issues and the losses of Ben Flower to an HIA and George Williams, who suffered a migraine late in the first half.

TICKET NEWS

As always, Leeds v Wigan is one of the biggest games of the year at Emerald Headingley and fans are urged to buy now to avoid disappointment with a restricted capacity for this game due to the reconstruction work at the stadium. There are limited number of single seats available in the Temporary North Stand and the Carnegie Stand seats from supporters who have used the Buy Back scheme. We have availability on the Western Terrace. If you purchase before midnight on Thursday you will save £2 on the matchday admission price, subject to availability. Western Terrace tickets start from £20 for adults and can be booked by clicking here.

LAST TIME OUT

Stevie Ward scored a hat-trick to help Leeds beat Wigan in their first game of the Super 8s and improve their hopes of a top-four finish in Super League.

Tries from Ward and Ashton Golding put Leeds ahead, but Tom Davies went over twice to level the scores.

Golding collected Ryan Hall’s kick to score his second try, before Matt Parcell crossed to extend the lead.

Ward touched down twice more to secure the points, before Sam Tomkins went over late on for the Warriors.

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Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors, Friday 13th April, kick off 7.45pm

Leeds Rhinos welcome Wigan Warriors to Emerald Headingley on Friday for one of the most eagerly anticipated games of the season.

Shaun Wane’s side are currently second in the Betfred Super League table, one point ahead of the Rhinos, with both teams having played nine games.

Wigan scored 28 unanswered points in 25 second half minutes to overcome an initial 21-0 deficit in Perpignan last Saturday evening, scoring six tries to secure a seventh successive win over the Dragons. That represented four points from three games over the Easter period, having lost the derby at St Helens – their first defeat in nine Good Friday’s – and overcome Hull KR at home on the Monday. Victory came despite a delay in getting over to Perpignan because of air traffic issues and the losses of Ben Flower to an HIA and George Williams, who suffered a migraine late in the first half.

TICKET NEWS

As always, Leeds v Wigan is one of the biggest games of the year at Emerald Headingley and fans are urged to buy now to avoid disappointment with a restricted capacity for this game due to the reconstruction work at the stadium. There are limited number of single seats available in the Temporary North Stand and the Carnegie Stand seats from supporters who have used the Buy Back scheme. We have availability on the Western Terrace. If you purchase before midnight on Thursday you will save £2 on the matchday admission price, subject to availability. Western Terrace tickets start from £20 for adults and can be booked by clicking here.

LAST TIME OUT

Stevie Ward scored a hat-trick to help Leeds beat Wigan in their first game of the Super 8s and improve their hopes of a top-four finish in Super League.

Tries from Ward and Ashton Golding put Leeds ahead, but Tom Davies went over twice to level the scores.

Golding collected Ryan Hall’s kick to score his second try, before Matt Parcell crossed to extend the lead.

Ward touched down twice more to secure the points, before Sam Tomkins went over late on for the Warriors.