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Catalans Dragons v Warrington Wolves: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

Two teams towards the top of the Super League table will meet in Perpignan on Saturday night as Catalans Dragons host Warrington Wolves at Stade Gilbert Brutus.

The two sides are level on 16 points after their first 11 games, and only Warrington's superior points difference puts them ahead of Steve McNamara's men.

Catalans Dragons v Warrington Wolves

How to watch Catalans Dragons v Warrington Wolves and TV Channel

Catalans Dragons v Warrington Wolves will be shown live on Sky Sports Action.

Catalans Dragons v Warrington Wolves kick-off time, date and venue

Catalans Dragons v Warrington Wolves is scheduled to start at 17:30 BST on Saturday 25th May at Stade Gilbert Brutus in Perpignan.

Catalans Dragons v Warrington Wolves stats, and head-to-head record (H2H)

After successive defeats in Super League, Catalans bounced back last time out by beating Leeds Rhinos 26-0.

The Dragons have won all six of their games at home in Super League this season, which includes a 16-10 win over Warrington in round one back in February.

McNamara's side also won 32-24 at the Halliwell Jones Stadium in round six, just one of two away victories they have recorded this season.

However, the Wolves should be a little more confident this time around, having booked their place in the Challenge Cup final last weekend.

Sam Burgess' side have now won three games on the spin in all competitions, while they have won 29 of the 49 meetings between the two teams.

Catalans Dragons v Warrington Wolves head-to-head record (H2H)

Catalans Dragons wins




Warrington Wolves wins


*H2H stats refer to all competitions

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Catalans Dragons v Warrington Wolves team news

Catalans Dragons team news

Hooker Michael McIlorum was not named in McNamara's 21-man squad, but Les Dracs are boosted by the return of captain Ben Garcia, as well as Paul Seguier and Jordan Dezaria.

Warrington Wolves team news

Warrington forward Jordy Crowther misses out due to a knock, while Connor Wrench is also unavailable due to an ankle issue.

Joe Bullock and Adam Holroyd come into the frame for this clash in the south of France.

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