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

There's little to split Leeds Rhinos and Warrington Wolves in the Super League table, but that should all change when the two teams meet at Headingley on Friday.

The Rhinos are sixth in the table on eight points after four wins from their first six matches, while the Wolves have the same return, but they are three places higher thanks to their superior points difference.

Both clubs made sweeping changes in the off-season to improve their fortunes and Friday's tie gives both teams the chance to prove that they made the right decisions.

Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves

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How to watch Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves and TV channel

Leeds Rhinos' clash with Warrington Wolves will be shown live on Sky Sports Action.

Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves kick-off time, date and venue

Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves is due to kick off at 20:00 BST on Friday 5th April and will be played at Headingley.

Read the latest Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves tips, predictions and odds here

Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Rohan Smith's Leeds have yet to hit their stride despite winning four of their six games, and they have often dragged themselves over the line.

They are already out of the Challenge Cup after losing to St Helens, but they have won three of their four home matches in Super League.

Warrington's two defeats have come at the hands of Catalans Dragons, but they have made a decent start under Sam Burgess in his first job as a head coach.

There have been 67 meetings between the two clubs in Super League history, with Leeds coming out on top in 40 fixtures. Warrington have won 26 of their battles against the Rhinos, while there has only been one draw since their first meeting in 1996.

Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves head-to-head record (H2H)

Leeds Rhinos wins




Warrington Wolves wins


Leeds Rhinos team news

Leeds forward James Bentley failed a head injury assessment in the win over Castleford, so he will not feature on Friday, but centre Harry Newman could be given the all-clear.

Newman needed stitches in a badly cut lip, but Smith was confident that he will pass a fitness check.

Morgan Gannon is still out with a concussion, while Justin Sangare remains suspended.

Captain Cameron Smith is free to play after successfully appealing his one-match ban for a Grade B Dangerous Contact charge.

Warrington Wolves team news

Forward Paul Vaughan will miss Friday's clash having been handed a two-match ban after he was sin-binned during the 32-24 defeat to Catalans Dragons.

Concussion protocol also means that Zane Musgrove and Joe Philbin will play no part for Burgess' men.

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