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(LIVE!-STREAM) !~#[Here's Way To Watch] Wigan Warriors vs Penrith Panthers Free Live Free TV Channel 25 February 2024...Panthers hunt World Club Championship redemption in clash with Wigan...The Penrith Panthers are aiming to cap off their NRL premiership three-peat with a World Club Challenge win over Wigan at DW Stadium. The clash kicks off at 7.00am AEST on Sunday Morning with the Panthers aiming to avenge their 13-12 loss to St Helens on Australian soil last year.



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The Panthers are yet to taste World Club Challenge success during their dynasty after the 2022 fixture was cancelled due to the pandemic.


Nathan Cleary and his side will aim for some unfinished business as they look to add the last piece to their bulging trophy cabinet.


Wigan present another tough challenge and will be buoyed by St Helens’ performance last year given they will be on home soil in the UK in 2024.


The Panthers have never won a World Club Challenge in their history with Wigan beating them in 1991 and Bradford in 2004.


The Panthers get one last chance to test themselves before their season opener against the Storm on March 8.


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Wigan team: 1. Jai Field 2. Abbas Miski 3. Adam Keighran 4. Jake Wardle 5. Liam Marshall 6. Bevan French 7. Harry Smith 9. Brad O’Neill 10. Liam Byrne 11. Willie Isa 12. Liam Farrell 13. Kaide Ellis 14. Mike Cooper 15. Patrick Mago 17. Kruise Leeming 19. Tyler Dupree 20. Harvie Hill 23. Ryan Hampshire 24. Tiaki Chan 26. Zach Eckersley 27. Tom Forber


Panthers team: 1. Dylan Edwards 2. Sunia Turuva 3. Izack Tago 4. Taylan May 5. Brian To’o 6. Jack Cole 7. Nathan Cleary 8. Moses Leota 9. Mitch Kenny 10. James Fisher-Harris 11. Luke Garner 12. Liam Martin 13. Isaah Yeo 14. Tyrone Peachey 15. Lindsay Smith 16. Liam Henry 17. Matt Eisenhuth 19. Brad Schneider 20. Mavrik Geyer 21. Daine Laurie 23. Soni Luke


When is the World Club Challenge?


Wigan will welcome Penrith to their home ground on Saturday, February 24th with kick-off scheduled for 8:00pm local time / 7am AEDT on Sunday, February 25th.



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The visitors have lost the fixture all three times they have appeared in it to date, falling to Wigan back in 1991 along with Bradford and Saints.



The Warriors, on the other hand, have claimed the trophy on four occasions and will be attempting to win a record-equalling fifth WCC title against the side from Down Under.



Penrith team news:



Jarome Luai won't recover in time from a shoulder injury which caused him to come off in last year's grand final.



Despite not being fit enough to play, the playmaker will travel with the team to support them with Jack Cole tipped to start in his place at five-eighth.



Penrith team: TBC



Wigan Warriors preview


Wigan will host the first WCC clash on English soil in four years after the Covid pandemic brought the contest to a standstill.



The Warriors will do so after they claimed their first Super League title in five years last season when they recorded a 10-2 victory over Catalans Dragons.



Wigan will be looking to avenge their defeat to the Sydney Roosters at home in 2019, during their last appearance in the showpiece event.



Prior to that loss, they knocked off the Cronulla Sharks 22-6. If Wigan can win on Saturday, they will equal the Roosters’ record of five WCC victories.



Penrith Panthers preview


Penrith's loss against St Helens last year meant their wait for the club’s first WCC trophy goes on, although Ivan Cleary stated his intentions to finally bag the title in 2024 during last year's NRL grand final celebrations.



"It would be awesome to get another crack at it," the head coach told AAP following his side’s heart-stopping win over Brisbane.



"We were pretty bummed about that one. We absolutely gave it our best, it was the first game of the year and St Helens were too good for us that night."



Saints became the first English side in almost three decades to defeat the Aussie champions in their own backyard when they won in golden point at the foot of the mountains.



This has provided a burning motivation in the three-time premiership winning side, for when they touch down in England.



Which country has won the most World Club Challenges?


Entering into the 2024 clash between Wigan and Penrith, the ledger is all square at 14-all.


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