Wigan had two goals between now and the end of the
season. One was to remain in the top 8 for the Premiership Trophy
qualification and second was a Top 4 finish to ensure a home game in the
First Round. This defeat to Salford left Wigan in middle limbo in terms of
those goals. Meanwhile, Widnes and St Helens were meeting in what was a huge
game at the top of the table and Widnes won convincingly 33-5 to go four
clear at the top.
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