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

Two sides aiming for top-four finishes meet in Thursday's Super League clash when Warrington host Hull KR.

The pair both have 14 points after 10 games, and the Wire come into the game after bouncing back from their 17-12 loss at Salford by beating Hull FC 24-6.

KR produced arguably the performance of round 10 in defeating St Helens 40-20 last Saturday, a win that followed an equally impressive 26-10 victory over Wigan.

Warrington Wolves v Hull KR

How to watch Warrington Wolves v Hull KR and TV Channel

Warrington Wolves vs Hull KR will be broadcast on Sky Sports Arena.

Warrington Wolves v Hull KR kick-off time, date and venue

Warrington Wolves v Hull KR kicks off at 20:00 on Thursday 9th May at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.

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

Matt Dufty's 69th-minute try proved the difference in the pair's earlier meeting in 2024, with the Australian's score helping Warrington secure a 22-20 win at Craven Park. 

The Wolves have had the upper hand in this rivalry over the last year or so, winning 18-10 at Craven Park in March 2023 before triumphing 21-14 at the Halliwell Jones a couple of months later.

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

Warrington wins




Hull KR wins


* H2H stats refer to all competitions

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Warrington Wolves v Hull KR team news

Warrington team news

Forwards James Harrison and Jordy Crowther come back into the fold, while winger Matty Ashton is also available following a toe injury. Joe Bullock, Cai Taylor-Wray and Tom Whitehead make way in the matchday 21.

Hull KR team news

Peta Hiku will be free to face his former club despite being charged with a Grade A charge of dangerous contact following the win over St Helens. Hiku, who spent a short spell with Warrington in 2017, has been fined rather than banned for the incident.

Elliot Minchella (groin) and James Batchelor (eye) are out, as is Oliver Gildart, who suffered a knee injury during the warm-up last Saturday. Jack Broadbent should continue in the centres after his try-scoring debut.

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