Big guns are back to face Wolves

Brett Finch - set to face the Wolves
Brett Finch - set to face the Wolves

SHAUN Wane will put his faith in Wigan’s tried and tested front-line stars at Warrington this weekend.

The Warriors coach is hoping to welcome back Brett Finch (hamstring), Darrell Goulding (concussion), Ben Flower and Paul Prescott (both leg) for Saturday’s trip to the Halliwell Jones Stadium.

That means rookies Jack Hughes and Sam Powell, who were so impressive in last Friday’s win over Hull, will take a step back out of the firing line.

“Jack looked great (against Hull) – he was outstanding – but Darrell is my centre, and he’s played consistently well,” Wane said.

“There will be time for Jack, he will get his chance down the line. But I have a good memory.”

Wane is still without Thomas Leuluai, Pat Richards and Stuart Fielden, but expects Epalahame Lauaki – who left the action against Hull with concussion – to make it.

Meanwhile, Warriors have received an initial allocation of 900 tickets in the South Stand (uncovered terracing behind the posts) for the Super League clash at Hull KR on Sunday, September 2 (3pm).

Tickets will go on sale to existing season ticket holders next Monday, August 13, while Loyal 18 members will be able to buy tickets from next Wednesday, August 15.

Remaining tickets will go on general sale next Friday, August 17.

Junior (Under 16) season ticket holders are entitled to free entry upon production of away junior voucher number seven at the DW ticket office.

These will not be available to exchange on the turnstiles on matchday.

Coach travel is also available via the ticket office, costing £14 for concessions, adult season ticket holders and Loyal 18 members (£14.50 for adult non-season ticket holders).

These will leave Sharpy’s Restaurant at 10.45am and Parson’s Walk (opposite The Wheel) at 11.15am.

Match tickets are priced £18 adults, £10 Over 60s and students, £5 juniors.