GETTING used to Trailfinders Sports Ground’s synthetic pitch will be “testing” for Wolves in today’s game with London Broncos.

The Broncos moved to their current Ealing home last year and are one of two sides in the Middle 8s to use artificial surfaces, with Widnes Vikings being the other.

Andrew Henderson’s side have a formidable record on home soil in 2017, with only Hull KR in the Championship and Toronto Wolfpack in the Challenge Cup leaving the capital victorious.

They won 10 of their 11 home games in the Championship and drew 32-32 with Featherstone in their sole Middle 8s game on the surface to date.

Wolves boss Tony Smith concedes the pitch will give London an advantage but has backed his side to adjust to its demands.

Smith also believes the pitch to be of better quality to the one at their neighbours’ Halton Stadium.

“It will be testing for us, especially on their synthetic pitch. That’s always a test for any team to come up against,” he said.

“There will be some advantages for them as they obviously get to play and train on it all the time.

“From what I’ve seen, it’s a much better surface than the one at Widnes. It is different but we have it well within us to overcome it.

“It’s important for us to continue to perform so we can get back to where we want to be.”

Widnes became the first Super League side to introduce an artificial surface in 2012 and The Wire have had a winning record of playing on it.

Warrington have won four and lost three of their seven competitive encounters on the infamous pitch.