Wolves and Vikings do battle for second time in two months

Wolves and Vikings do battle for second time in two months

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Bitter Cheshire rivals Warrington Wolves and Widnes Vikings will lock horns again at the Haliwell Jones Stadium on Good Friday.

Warrington won a hard fought game 34-24 over Wakefield Trinity last Friday and Widnes won 24-16 at home to Salford Red Devils.

The Wolves make two changes with Ben Currie and Morgan Smith coming back into the squad in place of Mitch Brown and Harvey Livett.

Widnes also make two changes as Tom Gilmore and Gil Dudson, yet to play this season after having back surgery, come in replacing Danny Craven and Matt Whitley.

The match will kick off at 3pm and the referee will be Liam Moore.

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Steven Hughes

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