THREE ex-Warrington Wolves players could all hit milestones in Super League's second round of fixtures.

Joe Westerman, Richie Myler and Brad Dwyer are all able to reach landmark numbers in their careers in their next games.

Wakefield Trinity’s Westerman, who played for the Wolves 53 times during 2016 and 2017, needs two tries to reach the tally of 100 for his career.

Having managed 12 of those while at The Halliwell Jones Stadium, he has notched up four for Wakefield so far and is in the squad to do so again tonight against Wigan Warriors, kick-off 6pm.

Myler, who spent five years at The Wire between 2010 and 2015 and made up 145 appearances in primrose and blue, needs one more appearance to reach 250 Super League games.

And Dwyer, who also spent five years at the club, this time between 2012-2017 making 88 appearances for Wolves, requires one more game to attain 200 career matches across all competitions.

The Leeds Rhinos pair have the opportunity to do so when they host Castleford Tigers at the Totally Wicked Stadium in St Helens tomorrow, Good Friday, kick-off 3pm, with both players named in the squad.

One more former Wolves man could have reached a memorable number this week too involved in the Castleford versus Leeds game.

However, Gareth O’Brien, who suffered a head injury in Castleford's win against The Wire on Sunday, is one of two changes from last week’s squad and will have to wait to kick four more goals to reach 500 for his career.

The full stats:

Warrington Guardian:

JOE WESTERMAN, needs two tries to reach 100 for his career:

- 4 for Wakefield Trinity (2020-2021)

- 39 for Hull FC (2011-2015, 2018-2019)

- 12 for Warrington Wolves (2016-2017)

- 43 for Castleford Tigers (2007-2010)

- 0 for Toronto Wolfpack (2018)

- 0 for England (2014)

- 0 for England Knights (2011)

RICHIE MYLER, needs one appearance to reach 250 (Super League, including play-offs and Super League Super 8s):

Warrington Guardian:

- 60 for Leeds Rhinos (2018-2021)

- 40 for Catalans Dragons (2016-2017)

- 131 for Warrington Wolves (2010-2015)

- 18 for Salford City Reds (2009)

BRAD DWYER, needs one appearance to reach 200 for his career:

Warrington Guardian:

- 71 for Leeds Rhinos (2018-2021)

- 3 for Featherstone Rovers (2018, dual-registration)

- 88 for Warrington Wolves (2012-2017)

- 12 for London Broncos (2015, loan)

- 19 for Swinton Lions (2013-2014, dual-registration)

- 6 for Huddersfield Giants (2013, loan)