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Summary

  1. Atkins and Westwood score two tries apiece for Warrington
  2. Wolves two points clear at top of table, Wigan third

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By Matt Newsum

All times stated are UK

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  1. FT: Warrington Wolves 40-10 Wigan Warriors

    Warrington go top then. Catalans and Hull do battle tomorrow, as do Leeds and Huddersfield - two teams who will be looking enviously up the table at the top four.

    We're leaving you now, but the radio coverage continues until 22:30 BST.

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    Why not give it a whirl? Until then, thanks for being with us. Good night.

  2. What else is to come?

    FT: Warrington Wolves 40-10 Wigan Warriors

    Super League continues throughout the weekend:

    • Huddersfield v Leeds - Fri, 20:00 BST
    • Hull FC v Catalans Dragons - Fri, 20:00 BST
    • Widnes v Wakefield - Fri, 20:00 BST
    • Salford v Hull KR - Sat, 15:00 BST
    • Castleford v St Helens - Sun, 15:30 BST
  3. 'A statement of intent'

    FT: Warrington Wolves 40-10 Wigan Warriors

    Iestyn Harris

    Former Great Britain international on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    "In the first 20 minutes, Warrington didn't get into their stride. As soon as Ben Westwood came onto the field and gave them some momentum, they didn't look back.

    "For 60 minutes they've totally dominated Wigan physically, in ability and for me that little bit of hunger. They really wanted this tonight.

    "They've put a statement of intent there - they've put 40 points on Wigan Warriors.

    "Wigan are going to get some players back and they are going to come back strong."

  4. FT: Warrington Wolves 40-10 Wigan Warriors

    Ben Westwood

    Ben Westwood might well stand proud like the King of Warrington, for he and his team-mates executed a game-plan ruthlessly tonight.

    Two tries for him, two for Ryan Atkins. Daryl Clark, Kevin Penny and Benjamin Jullien adding scores too. Wolves running hot.

    Are Warrington the real deal in 2016? They're suggesting as much at the moment.

  5. Reaction

    FT: Warrington Wolves 40-10 Wigan Warriors

    Wigan coach Shaun Wane told Sky Sports: "I don't want to talk about injuries, Warrington were good.

    "We showed some toughness, but there are no excuses.

    "I'm still proud of the efforts, we never gave in. We showed toughness in the first 25 minutes and we had a dig."

  6. Reaction

    FT: Warrington Wolves 40-10 Wigan Warriors

    Warrington coach Tony Smith told Sky Sports: "We were up there, defensively outstanding, and kept Wigan inside 30 metres on three occasions on the trot.

    "Some of our attack at times was not quite as fluid as I'd have liked but we got reward for blitzing defence.

    "It was physical, they've got an injury toll and we're not getting carried away. They're down on numbers and you could say we did the job we should do."

  7. Full time

    Warrington Wolves 40-10 Wigan Warriors

  8. Warrington Wolves 40-10 Wigan Warriors

    Iestyn Harris

    Former Great Britain international on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    "Putting 40 points on your big rivals - it's a big statement."

  9. TRY (Westwood)

    Warrington Wolves 40-10 Wigan Warriors

    Ben Westwood rumbled over for the try that gives Stefan Ratchford the chance to hit 40. He does.

    Warrington have controlled this game magnificently. Westwood pouncing to finish after Lee Mossop's wayward pass gave the Wolves position.

    Two points clear at the top.

  10. Warrington Wolves 34-10 Wigan Warriors

    When it's not your night...

    Willie Isa watched Stefan Ratchford's awkward drop out roll towards him, he even trapped it with his foot.

    Yet, the slippery pill just squirmed away. Warrington scrum.

  11. Warrington Wolves 34-10 Wigan Warriors

    Wigan showing a bit of spirit - John Bateman involved again to create the position.

    Matty Smith's kick forces a drop out. They are trying to finish with a flourish.

  12. NO TRY

    Warrington Wolves 34-10 Wigan Warriors

    No try. Wigan get a 20-metre restart. Six to go.

  13. Warrington Wolves 34-10 Wigan Warriors

    Stefan Ratchford thought he'd scored. Anthony Gelling spilled in goal as Warrington forced him back in search of a drop out. Ratchford thinks he got it down...

  14. Warrington Wolves 34-10 Wigan Warriors

    Warrington get a penalty as their last tackle play comes to nothing on the right side.

    Easy metres from the home side.

    They could hit 40 here.

  15. TRY (Bateman, con Smith)

    Warrington Wolves 34-10 Wigan Warriors

    John Bateman chases up his own kick to score a consolation.

    Earlier in the set the England centre/back-rower had muscled up in attack to drag Wigan in sight of the line.

    One player whose commitment will never be questioned. Matty Smith adds two extra.

  16. Warrington Wolves 34-4 Wigan Warriors

    Kurt Gidley just saunters behind the posts and out to concede a drop out.

    Nothing risky.

    Long kick. Wigan come forward on half-way.

  17. Warrington Wolves 34-4 Wigan Warriors

    Leeds and England full-back Zak Hardaker is impressed by Warrington, who are going two points clear at the top of the table with this victory.

  18. Warrington Wolves 34-4 Wigan Warriors

    Credit to Dan Sarginson. He's having to step up and he's playing with vigour and grit.

    However it's further bad news for the Warriors. Tony Clubb is staggering around in back-play. Doesn't look too steady and he's led down the tunnel eventually.

    Shaun Wane looks utterly bemused up in the stands.

  19. Wigan desperate for Tomkins return?

    Warrington Wolves 34-4 Wigan Warriors

    Iestyn Harris

    Former Great Britain international on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    "There's an air of expectancy with Wigan and their fans that when Sam Tomkins comes back in two or three weeks, everything will be ok - everything will click into form, and I'm not sure it will.

    "I think there's a lot of work to do for Wigan to get that fluency back and it's not just one person who's going to do it.

    "There's key personnel missing and they need experience back now."

    Captain Sean O'Loughlin, Joel Tomkins and Michael McIlorum are also out injured for the Warriors at the moment.

  20. TRY (Jullien, con Gidley)

    Warrington Wolves 34-4 Wigan Warriors

    You can almost hear Shaun Wane drilling it into his players in the dressing room - "Sort out the penalty count!!!!"

    It's a message that's not gone in as Greg Burke's mistake gifts the field position that leads to Benjamin Jullien battering his way across on the right edge.

    Warrington adding a touch of gloss to this work. Kurt Gidley dotting the Is with his kick.