Young gun Luke Waterworth is in line to make his debut tonight.
The 19-year-old hooker has been drafted into the squad to face Hull KR at the DW Stadium.
And Shaun Wane confirmed he is likely to play.
He said: “Luke will play some part.
“He’s still got a lot to learn, as you’d expect for a kid his age, but he’s a good player who has earned a chance and I’m looking forward to seeing him play.”
The England academy international is the brother-in-law of ex-Warrior Bob Beswick, who is married to Waterworth’s sister, singer Lauren.
His presence tonight will ease the workload of Sam Powell, who made an incredible 53 tackles in the 24-12 Good Friday triumph against St Helens.
Waterworth would become the second academy-product to debut this year, after forward Nick Gregson.
Wane has said another - prop Joe Bretherton - may get a chance in the coming weeks.
Waterworth comes in for Ben Flower, who has dropped out of the first-team squad with a leg injury suffered against Saints.
And one of the backs is expected to make way for Lewis Tierney, who will get another chance.
He started the season as full-back but the bright form of Oliver Gildart prompted Wane to shuffle his side and play Dan Sarginson in the No.1 role in the last three games.
Wane said: “I want Lewis to impress me, and carry on the good work which Dan has been doing.”