IN PICTURES: Looking back at Wigan v Warrington in the Challenge Cup

Wigan Warriors are preparing to face Warrington in this weekend’s Challenge Cup sixth-round clash.

Thursday, 9th May 2019, 11:59 am
Updated Thursday, 9th May 2019, 12:59 pm
Wigan celebrate their 1990 win over Warrington at Wembley

Here, Niall Concannon takes a look at their past 10 Cup meetings.

Last year Wigan were knocked out by Warrington after a 23-0 loss in the quarter-final. The loss was made even worse after Ryan Sutton was left with a knee injury
Declan Patton missed a late drop-goal attempt meaning Wigan held on to a 27-26 lead at the Halliwell Jones in the quarter-final

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It was another quarter-final win for the Warriors in 2011 when they ran out 44-24 winners away at Warrington
Wigan were knocked out 39-26 in the semi-final despite a near-comeback
In 2004 we saw another semi-final clash. Brett Dallas scored a hat-trick on his 100th game for Wigan, helping his side to a 30-18 win.
In 1992 Wigan knocked out Warrington after a 14-0 win at Central Park in teh second round. Kelvin Skerrett and Martin Offiah scored a try each.
In 1990 Wigan were crowned Challenge Cup winners after beating Warrington 36-14 in the final at Wembley
In 1985 they faced off in second round, where Wigan ran out 24-14 at Wilderspool. John Ferguson and Brett Kenny were among the try-scorers
The semi-final clash between the two sides was remembered for Joe Lydons world record drop-goal, from 61 metres out. The game finished 13-6.
Wigan were knocked out in round two by Warrington in the 1974/75 season. The game finished 24-17 in favour of the Wire with George Fairbairn scoring a Wigan try