NRL champions Sydney Roosters will training at The Halliwell Jones Stadium on Saturday, Warrington Wolves have confirmed.

The Roosters will hold their team run at the stadium ahead of their World Club Challenge clash with Wigan Warriors on Sunday.

Legendary half-back Cooper Cronk, Australian Test captain Boyd Cordner and Kangaroos full-back James Tedesco are all among the Roosters travelling party for the game at the DW Stadium and Wire fans will get the chance to meet them after the session.

The session will be open exclusively to Warrington Wolves members and any Roosters members who have travelled to England for the game.

Entry to the event is free but limited and Wire members should check their email inboxes for details of how they can apply for their place.

The clubs enjoy a good relationship, with the Roosters having trained with The Wire at their Padgate base ahead of their World Club Series clash with St Helens in 2016.

Warrington also held an opposed training session against the Roosters in Australia as part of a pre-season training camp in 2014.