STEFAN Ratchford's penalty edged Warrington Wolves into the Challenge Cup quarter-finals.

In a superbly-contested clash with Wigan Warriors, it was the finest of margins that decided the game.

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Match facts:

Challenge Cup, sixth round

Sunday, May 12, 2019

Warrington Wolves...26 Wigan Warriors...24

Wolves: Stefan Ratchford; Josh Charnley, Toby King, Ryan Atkins, Bryson Goodwin; Blake Austin, Declan Patton; Chris Hill, Daryl Clark, Mike Cooper, Jack Hughes, Ben Currie, Matt Davis. Subs: Ben Murdoch-Masila, Jason Clark, Joe Philbin, Sitaleki Akauola

Wigan: Zak Hardaker; Liam Marshall, Dan Sarginson, Oliver Gildart, Joe Burgess; George Williams, Thomas Leuluai; Ben Flower, Sam Powell, Romain Navarette, Willie Isa, Joe Greenwood, Tony Clubb. Subs: Joe Bullock, Sean O'Loughlin, Taulima Tautai, Chris Hankinson

Scoring: Goodwin try, 8mins, Ratchford goal, 6-0; Powell try, 26mins, Hardaker goal, 6-6; Hughes try, 29mins, Ratchford goal, 12-6; Leuluai try, 34mins, Hardaker goal, 12-12; D Clark try, 37mins, Ratchford goal, 18-12; Hardaker penalty, 42mins, 18-14; Atkins try, 47mins, Ratchford goal, 24-14; Sarginson try, 53mins, Hardaker goal, 24-20; Hardaker try, 57mins, 24-24; Ratchford penalty, 68mins, 26-24

Penalties: Wolves 4 Wigan 8

Referee: James Child

Attendance: 7,086