News – UK – Warrington Wolves awaits a known clash as Magic Weekend games are confirmed


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Blake Austin celebrates his breathtaking solo attempt on The Wire’s final Magic Weekend outing – the 26:14 win over Wigan at Anfield in 2019.Picture by Mike Boden

The game will be one of the six games that will be played on Sunday the 5th September, in St. James’ Park in Newcastle on a yet-to-be-confirmed kickoff

This means the sides will meet for the fourth Magic Weekend in a row

In Newcastle’s St James’ Park is hosting Magic Weekend for the fifth time

The clashes between Warrington and Wigan at Magic Weekend resulted in a win for both sides – The Wire won the last meeting between 26 and 14 at Anfield in 2019, while the Warriors triumphed between 38 and 10 in Newcastle 12 months earlier – and one Tie between 24 and 24 2017

The Wire lost 38-10 to Wigan when Magic Weekend last visited Newcastle in 2018 Picture by Mike Boden

Warrington’s Magic Weekend record is mixed, with six wins and five losses from 12 games

Also, on four visits to the St James’ Park won The two clashes with Wigan resulted in losses against Castleford Tigers in 2016 and St Helens ahead

Super League Chief Commercial Officer Rhodri Jones said: “Dacia Magic Weekend is an important part of the Betfred Super League calendar and it is great to have it back in our plans for the upcoming 2021 season

“Following the Prime Minister’s latest update on the easing of lockdown restrictions, we are optimistic that we will have fans at the St James’ Park to enjoy the festival atmosphere that makes the Dacia Magic Weekend so special”

“With the event falling later in the calendar this year, it could be anything to play in the closing stages of the season, when the teams want to chase the league leaders’ shield, play play-off spots or avoid relegation”

“I would like to thank Dacia for their continued support for this event and our event partners at Newcastle United, Newcastle City Council, Newcastle-Gateshead Initiative and NE1, and Sky Sports for their continued support, Fans of their excellent coverage of this unique event”

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News – UK – Warrington Wolves anticipates a known clash as the games are confirmed on Magic Weekend