AS well as Friday night’s Super League meeting, Warrington Wolves and Salford Red Devils have another game scheduled for this weekend.

The two clubs’ reserve teams will meet at Victoria Park on Saturday, with Ryan O’Brien’s Wire side aiming to avoid a fourth consecutive defeat.

The match kicks off at 1pm, with entry free for 2024 season members while non-members can enter at a cost of £5 for adults and £2 for concessions.

Several of the young players who impressed during the narrow Super League defeat to Wigan Warriors earlier this month are set to be on show including the likes of Cai Taylor-Wray, Jake Thewlis, Nolan Tupaea and Ben Hartill who all made their senior debuts that day.

The team have won three and lost four of their seven matches in 2024, with Salford’s record showing two wins and three defeats from five games.

This will be the second of four consecutive home fixtures for O’Brien’s side, having lost the first of them 34-22 to Wigan on June 1 – they host St Helens (June 29) and Bradford Bulls (July 27) after the Salford game.

Further afield, the Wire women’s team face a big game in the Betfred Women’s Super League.

After back-to-back defeats to two of the women’s game’s established powerhouses in York Valkyrie and Wigan Warriors, head coach Armani Sharrock takes her side across the Pennines on Saturday to face Featherstone Rovers.

One of the two victories Warrington have recorded in their five outings this year came against Featherstone in Round One, when they won 34-28 at Victoria Park.

Kick off on Saturday is at 2pm.