Warrington v St Helens Stats
will play in their second Monday night fixture when they travel to Langtree Park for the first time.by NRL
will play in their second Monday night fixture when they travel to Langtree Park for the first time.
The local rivalry will get underway at 5.45pm when the under 20s play their Valvoline Cup curtain-raiser. The main game will then kick off at 8pm.
The statistics may not read in the favour of the Wolves but following the victories of last season the contest between these two sides is closer than ever. The Wolves are sitting in second, three points ahead of St Helens in third, so the Wolves and the supporters will be keen for victory and to widen that gap even further.
Garreth Carvell made his 100th Warrington appearance last week and there are several players targeting milestones of their own in the coming weeks: Lee Briers is just two tries away from 150 and should Lee Briers and Mike Cooper play tomorrow night they will be just one match away from their 400th and 100th Warrington appearance respectively going into the Wigan game next week.
The History Books
Last ten meetings:
Warrington 16, St Helens 28 (SLR9, 30/3/12)
Warrington 35, St Helens 28 (SLR19, 24/6/11)
St Helens 18, Warrington 25 (SLR3, 25/2/11)
St Helens 28, Warrington 12 (SLQPO, 10/9/10)
Warrington 24, St Helens 26 (SLR24, 31/7/10)
St Helens 28, Warrington 18 (SLR7, 19/3/10)
Warrington 26, St Helens 40 (SLR20, 11/7/09)
St Helens 26, Warrington 14 (SLR1, 13/2/09)
St Helens 17, Warrington 16 (SLR24, 9/8/08)
St Helens 40, Warrington 34 (CCR5, 10/5/08)
Super League summary
St Helens won 36 (includes win in 2010 play-offs)
Warrington won 3
St Helens highest score: 72-2 (H, 2002) (also widest margin)
Warrington highest score: 56-22 (H, 2001) (also widest margin)
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