Joe Burgess and Lewis Tierney: Wigan Warriors wingers out for four to six weeks
Wigan wingers Joe Burgess and Lewis Tierney will miss four to six weeks respectively after picking up ankle and knee injuries in last week's 20-0 Super League win against Leigh.
Burgess, 22, was withdrawn after half an hour, while Tierney, also 22, was brought off at half-time.
Prop Ryan Sutton, 21, is also expected to miss a "few weeks" with an eye injury picked up in the same game.
All three players were assessed in hospital after the game.
"We've got a few missing," coach Shaun Wane told BBC Radio Manchester. "None of the lads are long-term, they're all four-to-six weeks.
"The good thing is we've got a few good kids coming in."
The loss of Burgess and Tierney is compounded by the long-term absence of fellow winger Dominic Manfredi, who suffered a cruciate ligament injury in August 2016 and is yet to return for Shaun Wane's side.