WARRINGTON Wolves’ under 19s will get the chance to perform in front of a home crowd once again this weekend.

Paul Anderson’s side will go looking for a fourth win in a row on Saturday when they welcome Wakefield Trinity to Victoria Park, kick off 12 noon.

It is the second of three consecutive home games for the Wire youngsters, with the first being Saturday’s 40-10 victory over Newcastle Thunder.

They are now fourth in the Super League Academy table after scoring 30 unanswered points in the second half.

Anderson says his side were more patient about their play after half time and also had words of praise for the opposition.

He also revealed what was said at the break to inspire such a reaction from his side.

“It is another win under the belt for the lads against a Newcastle side who made it really difficult at times for us, especially in the first half,” he said.

“Their willingness to work for each other and strong kicking game caused us plenty of problems and the final score doesn’t do justice to their efforts throughout.

“We spoke at half time about a few things that we were not doing well and I was really pleased with how the players responded and improved considerably.

“We were a lot more controlled and patient in our play and that enabled us to build pressure and ultimately score some points in really difficult conditions.

“We were back in training on Monday to prepare for another home game next Saturday when we entertain Wakefield Trinity.”