Australian recruit Gabriel Hamlin is on course to make his Wigan debut.
The prop is set to play in the home match against Hull KR next Monday.
With the Warriors facing St Helens this Friday, coach Shaun Wane is planning on giving a clutch of his fringe players a chance three days later.
And Hamlin, 20, is one of those expected to step up. Wane said: “I know my team for Friday and I know my team for Monday.
“We’ll have some fresh faces who can give us some energy against Hull KR.
“Romain Navarrete and Liam Marshall deserve a game, and Gabe, too.
“I’m nearly looking forward to that game as much as Friday.”
Hamlin, 20, is a former South Sydney junior who joined the Warriors in the winter.
He has impressed Wane in training and in his matches for the reserves and in pre-season.
But the depth of competition for places has limited his first-team involvement to being 18th man.
French international Navarrete, another prop, has made only one appearance - against Wakefield - while winger Marshall scored five tries in his three appearances before he made way for Joe Burgess.