WARRINGTON Wolves have picked up their biggest win of the 2021 season so far.

They put in a superb defensive display to become the first side to beat Catalans Dragons this year, coming away with their first win in Perpignan since 2018.

The Wire, who left stand-off Blake Austin out of their team, had to come from behind but tries from Ben Currie, Toby King, Jake Mamo and Gareth Widdop secured a notable victory.

James Maloney scored a try and kicked two goals for the hosts, who led 8-0 with the game approaching half time but were scoreless from then on.

> GUARDIAN VERDICT: A win full of attitude, spirit and togetherness

> What's being said by fans about the victory in Perpignan

> The reason why Blake Austin was left out of the Warrington Wolves side that travelled to France

> The thoughts of Warrington Wolves head coach Steve Price on the victory, plus a big Greg Inglis update

> VOTE: Choose your Warrington Wolves man of the match here

> Re-live Warrington Wolves' impressive win in France as it happened here

Match facts

Super League, Round Four

Saturday, April 24, 2021

Catalans Dragons...8 Warrington Wolves...24

Dragons: Sam Tomkins; Tom Davies, Samisoni Langi, Dean Whare, Fouad Whare; James Maloney, Josh Drinkwater; Gil Dudson, Alrix Da Costa, Julian Bousquet, Matt Whitley, Mike McMeeken, Ben Garcia. Subs: Micky McIlorum, Paul Seguier, Jason Baitieri, Sam Kasiano

Wolves: Matty Ashton; Josh Thewlis, Jake Mamo, Toby King, Josh Charnley; Stefan Ratchford, Gareth Widdop; Chris Hill, Daryl Clark, Mike Cooper, Jack Hughes, Ben Currie, Matt Davis. Subs: Jason Clark, Joe Philbin, Rob Mulhern, Danny Walker

Scoring: Maloney penalty goal, 10mins, 2-0; Maloney try, 27mins, Maloney goal, 8-0; Currie try, 33mins, Ratchford goal, 8-6; King try, 38mins, Ratchford goal, 8-12; Mamo try, 42mins; Ratchford goal, 8-18; Widdop try, 66mins, Ratchford goal, 8-24

Penalties: Dragons 4 Wolves 7

Referee: Liam Moore