Wigan hope to make home advantage count against Hull

Wigan Warriors will take to the DW Stadium for the first time in seven months when they face Hull FC on Thursday.

The Warriors have not played at their home ground since a 30-16 against FC’s city rivals Hull KR.

They come into the match having won the League Leaders Shield, and knowing a win would take them to the Grand Final.

As for Hull, they are hoping to make history in making it to the Grand Final from sixth place. There is also added motivation of the Grand Final taking place at their home ground, the KCOM Stadium.

Team News

Wigan have made two changes to the side that beat Huddersfield two weeks ago to confirm the League Leaders Shield.

Sean O’Loughlin returns from injury, with Amir Bourouh also coming up.

They replace Sam Powell and Dom Manfredi.

Meanwhile, Hull made only change as Jack Brown returns in place of Josh Jones.

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