IN PICTURES: Our 'dream team' of players who have represented Wigan Warriors and London Broncos

Warriors are out for revenge tonight as London head to the DW Stadium.

Thursday, 2nd May 2019, 12:03 pm
Updated Thursday, 2nd May 2019, 12:11 pm
Tony Clubb

Niall Concannon picks a 17-man-squad who have played for Wigan and the Broncos (or Harlequins)

Paul was named in the first ever Super League Dream Team whilst at Wigan in 1996 and went on to play 66 times for Harlequins.
Melling was a Wigan academy graduate, but moved to Harlequins RL where he made more than 150 appearances.

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Colbon came through the ranks with Wigan and made his first team debut against the Broncos. He later signed a two-year deal with London in 2012.
The 25-year-old started his career with London and has since had two spells playing with the Warriors. Hes currently in his second spell at Wigan
The London born winger signed for Wigan in 1992 scoring 186 times in 158 appearances. He then moved to the Broncos after a brief spell playing union.
Moran played 113 times for the Broncos between 2001 and 2004 but couldnt replicate his form at Wigan, playing 43 times before being released
Edwards Wigans most decorated player, winning pretty much everything in his 14-year spell. He moved to London in 1997
Clubb has only ever played for London and Wigan. The prop forward began his career at London in 2006 before signing for Wigan in 2014.
Leuluai played two seasons in the capital and is now playing in his second spell with the Warriors
Mestrov had two spells with London, playing from 1995-97 and also in 2001. Mestrov also won the Grand Final with Wigan in his three years playing at the club.
Botham, son of cricket legend Ian, played on loan at the Broncos for a season before signing with Wigan in 2005.
Johnson joined Wigan aged 17, and played 81 times. He joined London for a two-year spell in 2000.
The Aussie journeyman won a Challenge Cup with Wigan in 2002, playing stand-off, and has played for Widnes and London Broncos (1995-96)
Danny Moore played two seasons with Wigan, winning the Grand Final in 1998. He joined London for the 2000 season
Orr signed for Wigan in 2004, scoring 108 points in his three-year stint before switching to Harlequins in 2007
Clarke played 28 times for the Warriors between 1997 and 99 before moving to London where he played 30 times for the Broncos
Sammut signed a two-year deal with the Broncos in 2016 and helped them to promotion, before signing for Wigan this season.
Monie guided Wigan to an astonishing four consecutive league Championship and Challenge Cup doubles.He coached London Broncos in 2000
Shane Millard, Oliver Wilkes, Rhodri Lloyd, Mark Calderwood, Francis Stephenson (right)