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Wigan

  • Finch, Richards, Hoffman, Tomkins, Farrell, Charnley (2),
    Goals: Richards (7),
42 - 10

Crusaders

  • Lupton, Sammut,
    Goals: Schifcofske,
  • Super League
  • 9th Sep 2011
  • KO 20:00
  • Att: 19,104

Warriors v Crusaders: Teams

At the DW Stadium, Friday September 9, KO 8pm

Last updated: 9th September 2011  

Warriors v Crusaders: Teams

Sammut: back for Crusaders

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Crusaders' coach Iestyn Harris has made one change to his squad ahead of their final Super League game against Wigan on Friday.

With Ryan O'Hara absent from the 19-man squad through injury, Jarrod Sammut has returned after playing for Malta last weekend.

O'Hara was also named in last week's squad to face Bradford before being ruled out and his continued absence means that Mark Bryant now has the chance to become the Crusaders player with the most Super League appearances.

Both players are currently tied on 75 games at that level for the club.

Jason Chan, Lincoln Withers, Peter Lupton, Jordan James and Ben Flower also survive from the club's first season in Bridgend, with all bar Withers playing a part in the first match at Leeds Rhinos in 2009.

Second-placed Wigan need to win on Friday to stand any chance of finishing the regular season top of the table, while in turn the Crusaders must win to finish the season off the bottom.

Wigan 19-man squad: S. Tomkins, Goulding, Carmont, Richards, Deacon, Leuluai, McIlorum, Coley, Hansen, J. Tomkins, O'Loughlin, Prescott, Lima, Hoffman, Finch, O'Carroll, Farrell, Tuson, Charnley.

Crusaders 19-man squad: Schifcofske, Martin, Mellars, Reardon, Sammut, Withers, Bryant, Chan, Winternstein, J. James, Flower, Kear, White, Johnson, Moore, Lupton, L. Williams, Tansey, Bracek.

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