A look ahead to the new season of Super League
Warrington Wolves 6 Wigan Warriors 12: Charnley scores match-winning try on his farewell appearance as move to rugby union looms
Wolves are accused of playing high-risk rugby while Warriors have been labelled boring
Champions are still the team to beat but after losing key players such as Sinfield and Peacock are they vulnerable to Wigan?
England’s unconvincing display against France in the World Cup quarter-finals on Saturday did nothing to enhance their hopes of winning the tournament on home soil.
Charnley replaces wing Tom Briscoe while Roby comes in for Carl Ablett
England's young fly-half will have to nail his kicks and cramp the style of his opposite number Dan Carter
Rob Burrow demonstrated at the weekend that a role has to be found for him in the latter stages of the tournament, as England look to progress beyond the quarter-finals.
Steve McNamara could also give Michael McIlorum his first start of the tournament after naming him in place of James Roby
The former Wigan Warriors full-back, who has announced he has joined NRL side New Zealand Warriors, believes this is the most talented England squad he has been a part of
Warriors came back to win from 16-2 deficit at Old Trafford
McNamara revealed that uncapped twins George and Tom will join older brother Sam in the 24-man squad
Iain Thornley and Sam Tomkins run in tries but dour final fails to live up to the ‘best ever’ clash between these two sides at Wembley back in 1985
All eyes today will be on departing full-back
Coach Paul Anderson relieved after tough 26-12 victory over London Broncos
Warrington failed to go back to the top of the Super League table as they fell victim to an unlikely double at the hands of an inspired 12-man Widnes.