Super League briefing

  • Last Updated: July 27 2014, 8:23 BST

Team news and statistics ahead of Sunday's action in the First Utility Super League, including Warrington v Wakefield.

Richie Myler: Back in action for Warrington
Richie Myler: Back in action for Warrington

Sunday, July 27

Bradford v Wigan

Bradford coach James Lowes has brought in front-row forward Jordan Baldwinson for the injured Chev Walker and recalled wingers Elliot Kear and Danny Williams in place of Adrian Purtell and Luke George.

Wigan have full-back Matt Bowen returning in place of Lewis Tierney, while Darrell Goulding is recalled at centre at the expense of Anthony Gelling and teenage half-back Jamie Doran is in line to make his second Super League appearance.

Last season: Wigan 26 Bradford 20, Bradford 6 Wigan 36.

This season: Wigan 84 Bradford 6.

Last six league matches: Bradford L L L L L L Wigan W L L W W W .

Top tryscorers: Adrian Purtell (Bradford) 10; Joe Burgess, Josh Charnley (Wigan) 14.

Top goalscorers: Jamie Foster (Bradford) 32; Matty Smith (Wigan) 85.

Referee: R Hicks.

Huddersfield v Catalan Dragons

Huddersfield have full-back Scott Grix returning from a two-match absence with a groin strain, while hooker Kruise Leeming is added to the team that beat Bradford as Shaun Lunt continues his recovery from a nagging calf injury.

Catalan have prop Jeff Lima back from injury but are still without fellow front rower Olivier Elima as well as suspended duo Vincent Duport and Greg Mounis.

Last season: Huddersfield 60 Catalan Dragons 16, Catalan Dragons 20 Huddersfield 28.

This season: Catalan Dragons 30 Huddersfield 14.

Last six league matches: Huddersfield W W W L L W Catalan Dragons W W L W L W.

Top tryscorers: Jermaine McGillvary (Huddersfield) 15; Morgan Escare (Catalan Dragons) 20.

Top goalscorers: Danny Brough (Huddersfield) 79; Thomas Bosc (Catalan Dragons) 47.

Referee: P Bentham.

Warrington v Wakefield

Warrington welcome back scrum-half Richie Myler and James Laithwaite after two months on the sidelines, as well as threequarter Joel Monaghan and forward Ben Harrison, who sat out last week's defeat at Widnes, with youngsters Joe Philbin and Brad Dwyer among those making way.

Wakefield coach James Webster has added Matty Wildie and Jarrod Sammut to the team that lost to Catalan Dragons and has also included in his 19-man squad second rower Matt Ryan, who is set for shoulder surgery next Wednesday and will only play in an emergency. Winger Chris Riley, who is on loan from Warrington, is set to face his parent club.

Last season: Warrington 26 Wakefield 14, Wakefield 34 Warrington 41.

This season: Wakefield 4 Warrington 36.

Last six league matches: Warrington W W W W W L Wakefield W W D W W L.

Top tryscorers: Joel Monaghan (Warrington) 21; Reece Lyne (Wakefield) 9.

Top goalscorers: Chris Bridge (Warrington) 58; Jarrod Sammut (Wakefield) 51.

Referee: T Roby.