WIGAN are through to the Challenge Cup final after thrashing London Broncos at Leigh Sports Village.
It was the crushing victory everyone expected as the ruthless Warriors booked their place at Wembley.
It means that by the end of the next month, Wigan teams will have visited the famous stadium four times since April.
After Darrell Goulding danced his way through the London defence to open the scoring, the favourites had to wait 12 minutes before they doubled the advantage but then they went on a scoring rout.
Lee Mossop crashed over before Sam Tomkins crossed less then three minutes later . Pat Richards kicked another conversion to make it 18-0.
The game continued to be one-way traffic with London giving away countless penalties and they were hurt again when Blake Green put down a fine Matty Smith grubber kick, Richards’ conversion taking the points tally to 24.
The winger then scored his first of the game when he finished a move involving six Wigan players.
With four minutes of the first half remaining Sean O’Loughlin went on a charging run through the centre to release Josh Charnley who scored in the corner leaving the score at 34-0 at half-time.
Wigan could be forgiven for easing off in the second half but they didn’t.
Scott Taylor scored under the posts after a high shot on Sam Tomkins before Matty Smith became the eighth Warriors player on the scoresheet.
Richards then doubled his tally before turning provider to set up Farrell and kicking both conversions to take the score to 58-0.
Thornley became Warriors’ 10th scorer after 65 minutes when he danced through London’s non-existant defence before Charnley doubled his tally. Richards’ conversion concluded the scoring and as the handful of London fans headed back to the capital, the 6,200 or so Wigan fans began planning their trip there next month.