WARRINGTON Wolves will aim to extend a good recent record against Huddersfield Giants when they take to the field later today.

After starting the week preparing to face Salford Red Devils – a team they have lost their past five fixtures against – they now face Luke Robinson's side, whom they have beaten in their past five meetings.

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You have to go back to February 2018 and Steve Price's second Super League game in charge to find the last time this fixture ended in a Huddersfield win – a 20-6 success at the John Smith's Stadium.

Here's a look back at Wolves' recent successes against the West Yorkshire side...

Huddersfield 18 Warrington 19 (Super League Round 9, 15/08/20)

It was a late Blake Austin drop goal that proved the difference between the sides when they met at the Totally Wicked Stadium back in August.

Ben Currie, Gareth Widdop and Tom Lineham crossed for Wire tries

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Ben Currie touches down during the win over Huddersfield in August. Picture by Mike Boden

Warrington 50 Huddersfield 19 (Super League Round 13, 28/4/19)

A resounding Wire win as they made it back-to-back half-centuries following a 54-6 Easter Monday win at Hull KR.

Blake Austin and Bryson Goodwin both crossed twice, with further four-pointers from Ben Currie, Chris Hill, Daryl Clark and Ben Murdoch-Masila

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Ben Murdoch-Masila crashes over in the 50-19 victory in April of last year. Picture by Mike Boden

Huddersfield 20 Warrington 32 (Super League Round 3, 22/2/19)

The Wire made it three wins out of three to start 2019 with victory on a cold night at the John Smith's Stadium.

There were two tries each for Ryan Atkins and Josh Charnley, with Blake Austin and Ben Murdoch-Masila adding further scores

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Blake Austin slides to score at the John Smith's Stadium in February 2019. Picture by Mike Boden

Warrington 26 Huddersfield 24 (Super League Super 8s, Round 4, 7/9/18)

In a game that featured a first-half hat-trick for current Wire man Jake Mamo during his spell in a Huddersfield shirt, The Wire clung on despite a late scare.

Two tries from Bryson Goodwin and one each for Ryan Atkins, Stefan Ratchford and Tom Lineham won it for Warrington.

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Bryson Goodwin strides through to score one of his two tries in the September 2018 meeting. Picture by Mike Boden

Warrington 38 Huddersfield 4 (Super League Round 13, 27/4/18)

A Josh Charnley hat-trick lit up this meeting, with Stefan Ratchford also crossing twice for The Wire.

Tom Lineham, Harvey Livett and Joe Philbin added further tries.

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Josh Charnley scores one of his three tries in the April 2018 win over Huddersfield. Picture by Mike Boden