WARRINGTON Wolves will host Castleford Tigers in an elimination play-off on Thursday after dropping to fourth in Super League.

They were beaten in poor fashion at Leeds Rhinos in their final regular season game, allowing Salford Red Devils to dislodge them.

Josh Charnley scored The Wire's only try at Headingley.

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Match facts:

Super League, Round 29

Friday, September 13, 2019

Leeds Rhinos...26 Warrington Wolves...4

Rhinos: Jack Walker; Luke Briscoe, Liam Sutcliffe, Konrad Hurrell, Ash Handley; Robert Lui, Richie Myler; Adam Cuthbertson, Brad Dwyer, Nathaniel Peteru, Rhyse Martin, Stevie Ward, Jamie Jones-Buchanan. Subs: Cameron Smith, Brad Singleton, James Donaldson, Corey Johnson

Wolves: Stefan Ratchford; Josh Charnley, Toby King, Bryson Goodwin, Tom Lineham; Blake Austin, Matty Smith; Chris Hill, Daryl Clark, Mike Cooper, Ben Murdoch-Masila, Ben Currie, Jason Clark. Subs: Jack Hughes, Sitaleki Akauola, Ben Westwood. Not used: Jake Mamo

Scoring: Sutcliffe try, 31mins, Martin goal, 6-0; Martin penalty, 36mins, 8-0; Lui try, 56mins, Martin goal, 14-0; Charnley try, 69mins, 14-4; Cuthbertson try, 72mins, Jones-Buchanan goal, 20-4; Briscoe try, 80mins, Martin goal, 26-4

Penalties: Rhinos 8 Wolves 5

Sin bin: D Clark (10mins, professional foul)

Referee: Marcus Griffiths

Attendance: 14,085