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WIGAN : Fri Aug 12, 2022 7:53 am  
Well its been a long time since there hasn`t been a thread on the next game. Are we all that dejected and expecting another pasting. I love this club but last week after 2 great performances, i think that has really knocked the stuffing out of even the diehards. I see we are hopeful against kr but as supporters we should not have to ignore fixtures,the board should note this as i suspect the walk ups will be low this weekend.
Re: WIGAN : Fri Aug 12, 2022 9:58 am  
TALLYWACKER62 wrote:
Well its been a long time since there hasn`t been a thread on the next game. Are we all that dejected and expecting another pasting. I love this club but last week after 2 great performances, i think that has really knocked the stuffing out of even the diehards. I see we are hopeful against kr but as supporters we should not have to ignore fixtures,the board should note this as i suspect the walk ups will be low this weekend.

I think a fair few Wigan fans will turn up, they still need the wins as Giants only 3 points behind them. Expect Wigan to get the ball wide, especially to our right side, they have pace to burn, we looked very weak there against Catalans. All I ask is that we get a fair crack of the whip from the officials, recently they appear very biased.
Re: WIGAN : Fri Aug 12, 2022 10:01 am  
Dreading the game i hate to say it but its how it is.cant see anything than a 30,40 or even 50 pt drubbing,really hope im wrong but wigan or should i say field and french are too good for anyone never mind us
Re: WIGAN : Fri Aug 12, 2022 10:30 am  
Wigan are the most dangerous side in the league right now, even more so than Saints. I think he'll go as strong as we can but personally with a short turn around to the vital Hull game i'd rest anyone carrying a knock or who is showing signs of tiredness or fatigue, especially given the forecast. I'm not talking about wholesale changes but guys like Walker, Bowes, Butler, Aydin, Evans etc getting a run out. Can't see anything other than comfortable win for them either way so we need to play it smart and i think even with a few changes we can avoid a tonking.
Re: WIGAN : Fri Aug 12, 2022 10:35 am  
Just write it off as a loss, keeping the score below 30 would be a bonus
Re: WIGAN : Fri Aug 12, 2022 11:04 am  
Re: WIGAN : Fri Aug 12, 2022 11:22 am  
We cannot write it off because currently points difference is worth one point and we may need that.
Re: WIGAN : Fri Aug 12, 2022 11:45 am  
Re: WIGAN : Fri Aug 12, 2022 11:47 am  
We simply have to go out there to win. One thing we can’t do is come out all lacklustre like last week. Need to be on it from the kick off. Every game is an opportunity to pick up 2 points.
Re: WIGAN : Fri Aug 12, 2022 11:51 am  
I hope WP has been sorting the defence out because for the fist 10-15 minutes last week it was shocking.
I'm a realist and cannot see anything other than a drubbing.
Unless, of course, they play as they apparently did against Cas' - how come they don't play like that every game?
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