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Hull KR v Warrington Wolves: How to watch, TV channel, head-to-head stats & team news

Hull KR and Warrington Wolves will commence week four of the 2024 Super League season when they meet at Craven Park on Thursday.

Both sides progressed to the Eliminators last year and will have their eyes set on reaching the play-offs again this term.

Hull KR suffered their first defeat of the season to Salford but were victorious in their previous two matches, while Warrington come into the contest off the back of two convincing wins against Hull FC and Castleford Tigers.

Hull KR v Warrington Wolves

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How to watch Hull KR v Warrington Wolves and TV channel

Hull KR v Warrington Wolves is available to watch live on Sky Sports Action.

Hull KR v Warrington Wolves kick-off time and venue

Hull KR v Warrington Wolves will kick-off at 20:00 GMT at Craven Park in Kingston upon Hull on Thursday 7th March 2024.

Hull KR v Warrington Wolves stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

After emphatically beating rivals Hull FC 22-0, Hull KR followed it up with a win over Leeds Rhinos before suffering defeat against Salford.

Warrington have an identical 2-1 record, having bounced back from being beaten by last year's finalists Catalans Dragons by securing thumping victories over Castleford and Hull FC.

The Wolves won both meetings between the two sides in 2023, triumphing 18-10 at Craven Park before coming from behind to win 21-14 in the reverse fixture.

Hull KR v Warrington Wolves head-to-head record (H2H)

Hull KR wins

28

Draws

3

Warrington Wolves wins

56

Read the latest tips, predictions and odds for Hull KR v Warrington Wolves.

Hull KR v Warrington Wolves team news

Hull KR team news

Hull KR are enviously the only side in the division not to have any major injury concerns.

Warrington Wolves team news

Josh Drinkwater and Connor Wrench are both doubts for this contest, with the former suffering with a thigh issue during the match with Castleford Tigers.

Rodrick Tai and Matty Nicholson have missed the start of the season with knee and groin injuries and are expected to miss the bulk of March, while Luke Thomas is out for the season with a ruptured ACL.

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