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Castleford can look forward to a huge holiday Monday when they face Wigan on Wheldon Road, kicking off at 5 p.m.

The end of the season and Magic Weekend are getting closer and with the play-off race getting hot, both Castleford and Wigan have plenty of reasons to put on an exciting show at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle.

We encourage fans to buy their tickets in advance for easier access and to save some money as the prices on match day increase by £ 2.

When buying match tickets on match day, we ask fans to visit our stadium Shop for cash payments or visit turnstile 16 on the side of the training ground.

The Tigers are aiming for five straight wins in the Betfred Super League, after victories at Leeds Rhinos and St Helens, a home derby against Wakefield and most recently an away win against Hull FC last Thursday night.

Following the result against the Black & Whites, Castleford moved up to the top 6 of the table and will try to find their places in the post-season mix in the final games that remain to consolidate.

Dar In addition, the Fords want to get six home wins in a row against the Warriors. Derrell Olpherts has also made attempts in the last three encounters between Cas and Wigan, he would like to continue this record.

Head coach Daryl Powell only makes one change in the 21-man squad, which is before the away game last Thursday at Hull FC.

The Fords are back to welcome captain Michael Shenton, who is an option after breaking a cheekbone in a game against the Huddersfield Giants in early August.

It’s a contrast to recent fortunes with Wigan, who lost three games in the Betfred Super League but perhaps more worrying for the Warriors is that they haven’t scored a try in over 200 minutes of action.

Losses to Hull KR, St Helens and Leeds Rhinos are on A dangerous opponent on holiday Monday. Daryl Powell knows that a difficult task awaits his men. Despite their recent form, the Warriors are in fourth place ahead of the 22nd round of the 2021 season.

Wigan will be without Sam Powell after a concussion against Hull KR, Willie Isa is serving the second game of his four-game suspension and long-term injuries to Bevan French and Tommy Leuluai also rule them out from the selection. Adrian Lam has called the youngsters Sam Halsall and Brad O’Neill back to his 21-man squad statement.

Daryl Powell spoke to the press ahead of Monday’s game and shared his delight that club captain Michael Shenton is again available.

“He is of course crucial for us, a very smart player and a great voice in the team. He actually sent messages for us and he has a 100% success rate as a coach, he did well!

“He’s a great player and a great guy who is happy to have him out there again because his leadership and skills are phenomenal on our left. I’m very happy to have him back. ”

Castleford Tigers 21-man roster: 1. Niall Evalds, 2. Derrell Olpherts, 3. Peter Mata’utia, 4. Michael Shenton, 7. Danny Richardson, 8. Liam Watts, 10. Grant Millington, 11. Oliver Holmes, 12 Cheyse Blair, 13th Adam Milner, 14th Nathan Massey, 15th George Griffin, 17th Alex Foster, 19th Tyla Hepi, 21st Jesse Sene-Lefao , 22nd Daniel Smith, 23rd Greg Eden, 24th Suaia Matagi, 25th Jordan Turner, 31st Gareth O’Brien, 33. Jason Qareqare.

Wigan Warriors 21-man roster: 3rd Zak Hardaker, 4. Oliver Gildart, 5. Liam Marshall, 6th Jai Field, 8th Brad Singleton, 10th Joe Bullock, 12th Liam Farrell, 13th John Bateman, 14th Oliver Partington, 15th Morgan Smithies, 19th Liam Byrne, 20. Harry Smith, 21st Ethan Havard, 22nd Jake Bibby, 23rd Mitch Clark, 25th Joe Shorrocks, 27th Kai Pearce-Paul, 28th Sam Halsall, 31st Jackson Hastings, 33. Amir Bourouh, 34. Brad O’Neill

Adam Milner was named Man of the Game in the game against Hull FC and what a game he had!

“It was an enormous one Performance of the boys. We knew it was a really important game for us, and we’re a little in the mood to win our last three right now, so we knew how important it was.

“The guys work hard for each other, and there could have been two options after the Challenge Cup, but it went as all the guys in this camp had imagined. “

The game will also be on in the Sky Sports Arena, channel 408 from 4.30pm Sky broadcast.

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