THE Wire picked up their first Magic Weekend win since 2014 by seeing off Wigan Warriors at Anfield.

Blake Austin's stunning second-half try inspired Warrington to stretch out to a comfortable lead, with Toby King's long-range effort all but sealing the win.

Dec Patton scored a first-half try and had a perfect record with the boot as Steve Price's side beat Wigan for the third time this year.

OUCH! > Watch Wolfie feel the full force of a Steve Price tackle

VOTE > Choose your Wire man of the match

PRICE > 'We were always the dominant team'

PHOTO GALLERY > Austin's wonder try and other match action

VIDEO > Wire fans soak up the Anfield atmosphere

PHOTO GALLERY > Liverpool a sea of primrose and blue 

AS IT HAPPENED > A look back at the match

Match facts

Super League, Round 16, Magic Weekend

Saturday, May 25, 2019

Wigan Warriors...14 Warrington Wolves...26

Warriors: Zak Hardaker; Chris Hankinson, Dan Sarginson, Oliver Gildart, Joe Burgess; George Williams, Sean O'Loughlin; Ben Flower, Jake Shorrocks, Joe Bullock, Willie Isa, Joe Greenwood, Tony Clubb. Subs: Taulima Tautai, Morgan Smithies, Jarrod Sammut, Oliver Partington

Wolves: Jake Mamo; Josh Charnley, Toby King, Bryson Goodwin, Tom Lineham; Blake Austin, Declan Patton; Chris Hill, Daryl Clark, Mike Cooper, Jack Hughes, Ben Currie, Joe Philbin. Subs: Ben Murdoch-Masila, Jason Clark, Sitaleki Akauola, Danny Walker

Scoring: Hardaker penalty, 17mins, 2-0; Patton try, 21mins, Patton goal, 2-6; Patton penalty, 34mins, 2-8; Burgess try, 46mins, 6-8; Hardaker penalty, 53mins, 8-8; Austin try, 58mins, Patton goal, 8-14; King try, 62mins, Patton goal, 8-20; Patton penalty, 64mins, 8-22; Patton penalty, 72mins, 8-24; Isa try, 76mins, Hardaker goal, 14-24; Patton penalty, 79mins, 14-26

Penalties: Warriors 7 Wolves 8

Referee: Chris Kendall

Attendance: 30,057