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FULL TIME: WIGAN 24-24 WARRINGTON
A last-gasp try from Joe Burgess salvages a draw for the Warriors bringing a superb first day of Magic Weekend action to an end.
WIGAN 24-24 WARRINGTON
79: MISS! George Williams pushes the conversion wide of the posts.
79: TRY WIGAN! A towering kick from captain O'Loughlin is gathered by a flying Joe Burgess who leaps highest and dots the ball down for his side. What a finish from the Wigan centre.
WIGAN 20-24 WARRINGTON
77: A mistake from Forsyth opens the field up for Atkins and Lineham, the Wire man kicks ahead and it is a foot race for the line. Goal line drop out.
75: Wigan go for the short kick off and it backfires as Tierney fires it straight out on the full.
74: TRY WARRINGTON! A mistake from Wigan on halfway and Warrington make them pay with a try from former Warrior Jack Hughes. Good footwork sending him past the tackle of Burgess and over the line.
Ratchford slots the kick.
WIGAN 20-18 WARRINGTON
73: Both teams are just welcoming each other into this game with a string of errors.
71: A risky play there from Wigan and it hasn't paid off as his pass off the floor to Tomkins goes forward.
70: PENALTY! With the help of the posts George Williams sends Wigan into the lead.
WIGAN 18-18 WARRINGTON
69: Penalty to Wigan as Jack Hughes makes a play on Joe Burgess as he chases a Williams kick through. They are going for the two points.
WIGAN 18-18 WARRINGTON
66: PENALTY! Ratchford fires the ball through the sticks and gives his side the two points. We are level, what a big 14 minutes coming up.
WIGAN 18-16 WARRINGTON
65: Sean O'Loughlin is penalised for a high tackle on Kevin Brown. He has escaped a spell in the sin bin but Warrington have the penalty and Ratchford lines up a shot at goal.
WIGAN 18-16 WARRINGTON
64: Willie Isa tries to get the ball away and Warrington swoop, Gidley is the first man to react. Could that be a telling mistake in the outcome of this game?
Liam Marshall made it 7 tries in 2 games v Warrington with this hat-trick.
Liam Marshall's first try of the match.
Lewis Tierney's sin-binning from earlier in this evening's game.
56: TRY WARRINGTON! Tom Lineham goes over in the corner for the Wire evading the tackle of Tierney and keeping himself off the touchline with a great finish.
Ratchford's kick is a beauty from out wide after missing the previous from dead in front. Game on.
WIGAN 18-10 WARRINGTON
52: TRY WARRINGTON! A little bit of vision and invention and Steffan Ratchford is over for the try. Kevin Brown puts in a beautiful kick through, his full-back gathers in his stride to arc his way over the line.
Ratchford's kick bounces back off the upright.
WIGAN 18-6 WARRINGTON
46: TRY WIGAN! Liam Marshall is in for his hat-tick after his kick through bounces off a Warrington leg, he regathers and dots down. His second hat-trick against the Wire this season.
Williams adds the extras.
WIGAN 12-6 WARRINGTON
44: A second effort in the tackle from Ben Westwood hands Wigan the penalty and they gain 30 metres.
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Wigan are even-money favourites to win this clash while Warrington are 11/10, with the tie just 7/1. Tom Lineham is 9/1 favourite to score the next try while Joe Burgess, Liam Marshall and George Williams can all be backed at 11/1.
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We are back underway in our final Magic Weekend day one clash where Wigan have a six point lead over Warrington.
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HALF TIME: WIGAN 12-6 WARRINGTON
Wigan go into the break ahead courtesy of two tries from Liam Marshall. Clark with the response for Warrington.
WIGAN 12-6 WARRINGTON
39: Dom Crosby is held up over the line on the fourth. They go back to the 10 and Ratchford fires the ball out to Russell on the wing but he can't take the pass over his head.
38: Warrington are suddenly on the front foot here as Jullien gathers his own charge down before Wigan concede a penalty. Can the Wire strike back before the break?
36: YELLOW CARD! Warrington break away through Matty Russell, he finds Ratchford on his inside but he is brought to ground. Tierney is all over him on the floor though and they are down to 10 men for the next 10 minutes as the Warriors full-back is sent to the sin bin.
34: Penalty to Warrington as O'Loughlin interferes with the ball in the tackle.
George King puts in a strong run that carries him over the line but he can't roll his way over to ground the ball and the tackle count continues on the 10.
32: Wigan win the turnover as Gidley gets caught on the fifth. They look to run the ball out from their 10 metre line.
30: CLOSE! Liam Marshall was just inches away from a hat-trick there but the video referee spots a toe in touch and the Wire breath a sigh of relief.
26: Wigan have blown another chance there. O'Loughin with the break but his offload out to Joel Tomkins is just too hard and his teammate just can't keep hold of it with space in front of him.
25: TRY WIGAN! Marshall gets his second try of Magic Weekend 2017. He's scored half a dozen tries against Warrington this season now. He takes the intercept just metres away from his own line and he has got pace to burn, racing away down field out-pacing Ryan Atkins in the process.
Extras are added and Wigan are back in front.
WIGAN 6-6 WARRINGTON
22: Neither side can keep hold of the ball and Joel Tomkins is the latest player to lose it forward on the third tackle 10 metres away from the Wire line.
19: Penalty to Wigan as Ratchford catches the ball in an offside position. Forsyth restarts with the tap but Ryan Sutton knocks the ball on just one pass later.
15: TRY WARRINGTON! Daryl Clark has given his side their first try of the magic weekend as he bulldozes his way through the Wigan defence and over the line.
Ratchford levels the scores.
WIGAN 6-0 WARRINGTON
13: Tom Davies concedes the penalty and Warrington look to up the tempo.
11: A strong carry from Ryan Sutton takes Wigan to within inches of the line. On the last Williams puts a kick across the face of the posts but there is too much on it.
8: TRY WIGAN! Liam Marshall is over in the corner for the Warriors and we have our first try of the match. Sean O'Loughlin spots the space out wide and fires the ball out to his winger who regathers the ball after a Brown deflection and finishes off the move.
Extras are added.
WIGAN 0-0 WARRINGTON
5: Nuuausala goes on the charge but loses the ball forward in contact.
4: Kevin Brown fires the ball out to the wing but it catches the hand of Jack Hughes on the way through and Wigan get head and feed. They get the penalty as Warrington are caught offside and Wigan will come again on their own 40 metre line.
The teams are out on the St James' Park turf. Josh Woods gets us underway.
Wigan: Tierney, Davies, Forsyth, Burgess, Marshall, Williams, Woods, Nuuausala, McIlorum, Sutton, Isa, Farrell, O'Loughlin.
Replacements: Tautai, J. Tomkins, Wells, Field.
Warrington: Ratchford, Russell, Hughes, Atkins, Lineham, Brown,Gidley, Hill, Clark, Cooper, Jullien, Westwood, Westerman.
Replacements: Crosby, Philbin, Dwyer, G. King.
Referee: Ben Thaler (RFL)
Tommy Makinson scores what could be the greatest ever try we've seen at Magic Weekend
Warrington are 8/11 favourites to win the final match of the day while Wigan can be backed at 11/8, with the tie at 18/1. Sky Bet's Price Boost is Burgess, Williams & Lineham all to score tries at 10/1 from 9/1.
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WIGAN V WARRINGTON - FORM GUIDE
Wigan's injury problems have finally caught up with them in Super League. They were beaten at home by Salford for the first time in 20 years just a week after being thrashed 54-4 at Castleford.
The Warriors had been defying their injury curse before that, winning three in a row against St Helens, Wakefield and Catalans to stay in touch at the top of the table and a comfortable win over Swinton in the cup brought light relief last weekend.
The Wolves have put themselves on the verge of the Super 8s, losing just one of their last six league games, a 34-10 reversal at Hull FC.
A dreadful start had left last season's Grand Finalists in serious danger of missing the end of season cut but Smith's side have turned it around. They hammered St Helens 40-18 last time out in Super League and eased past Widnes in the Challenge Cup this weekend.
WIGAN WARRIORS V WARRINGTON WOLVES
Next up in our third and final game of Magic Weekend day one we have Wigan Warriors taking on Warrington Wolves.