WARRINGTON Wolves' visit to Catalans Dragons on Monday has been thrown into doubt.

The Dragons have confirmed seven positive Covid-19 tests - five among their playing squad and two backroom staff members.

Their scheduled clash with Hull FC in Perpignan tomorrow has been called off and the squad will undergo further testing to see if their game against The Wire can go ahead.

Catalans will now enter Stage 2 of the Multiple Cases Framework agreed between the RFL and Public Health England, involving a shutdown of up to five days to allow further antigen testing.

The club will undergo a further round of testing in the coming days to determine whether they can return to training in time to face Steve Price's side.

Wigan, who were placed into Stage 2 of the Multiple Cases Framework last week following seven positive cases in the previous two rounds of testing, confirmed earlier today that they have returned to training after consecutive rounds of testing with no positives.

The Multiple Cases Group have also considered the situation at Wakefield Trinity, following positive results for three players and one member of their off-field staff this week, and have determined that their fixture against Huddersfield Giants can go ahead as scheduled on Thursday night (October 22) – having considered the specific circumstances at Wakefield.

This means they have been placed into Stage 1 of the Multiple Cases Framework – the intervention stage of the framework which includes a review of processes, but no requirement of a shutdown.

The full weekly round-up of Covid-19 testing figures for Betfred Super League this week will be released tomorrow morning, with one club’s results still be received.