WILL Daryl Powell make changes to his Warrington Wolves side for their second game in four days tomorrow?

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Sports reporter Matt Turner ponders the Wire line-up to face Hull FC to wrap up the Easter weekend…

IF it ain’t broke, don’t fix it?

When Daryl Powell addressed the media prior to Thursday’s win over Salford, he said he would be minded to keep as much continuity as possible if they started the Easter weekend with a win.

Given they did just that and put in a much-improved performance, the make-up of the 21-man squad would suggest the team will look pretty similar.

Warrington Guardian:

Could Daryl Powell name an unchanged 17? Picture by Mike Boden

There was only one change to the named 21 that will travel to Humberside, and it’s a pretty key one with George Williams coming back into the fold.

The door for an earlier-than-expected return from an abdominal injury remains open for the England man, but I would be surprised if he played.

With that in mind, I’m going for an unchanged half-back pairing of Stefan Ratchford and Gareth Widdop, who linked well on Thursday, to give Williams more time to recover.

Beyond that, it will come down to how fresh those who played on Thursday are.

I can perhaps see some players who featured off the bench coming in to start – Danny Walker being a prime example.

Warrington Guardian:

Could Daryl Clark start from the bench? Picture by Mike Boden

I also wonder if Mike Cooper, who played a big stint from the start on Thursday, might be given a bit more of a breather and start the game on the bench, with Joe Philbin and Joe Bullock options to swap in.

The likes of Jason Clark, Ellis Robson and Riley Dean are also options as fresh bodies to come in from outside the 17.

With all of that in mind, my predicted Wire 17 for the game looks like this:

Thewlis; Charnley, Mata’utia, King, Ashton; Widdop, Ratchford; Mulhern, Walker, Philbin, Hughes, Currie, Magoulias. Subs: Cooper, Bullock, D Clark, Longstaff