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Summary

  1. FT: Wigan Warriors 12-42 Brisbane Broncos
  2. Corey Oates and Kodi Nikorima with two plus Matt Gillett, Jarrod Wallace and Greg Eden cross for Brisbane
  3. Wigan on the board through Dan Sarginson and George Williams but lose Michael McIlorum to a leg injury

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By Phil Cartwright

All times stated are UK

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  1. Super League 0-2 NRL

    FT: Wigan Warriors 12-42 Brisbane Broncos

    Brisbane Broncos celebrate

    Read Matt Newsum's report of a comprehensive win for Brisbane Broncos over Wigan Warriors here.

    We'll be back again tomorrow from 18:30 GMT for the World Club Challenge - Leeds Rhinos v North Queensland Cowboys.

    Hope you can join us then for live text and radio commentary. Enjoy the rest of your good evening.

  2. Match reaction

    FT: Wigan Warriors 12-42 Brisbane Broncos

    Wigan Warriors captain Sean O'Loughlin told Sky Sports: "It didn't go well for us but they're a top-class side. They schooled us a bit.

    "They didn't do anything we don't see in Super League, but they did it very well and constantly throughout the game, and we struggled to handle it."

  3. Match reaction

    FT: Wigan Warriors 12-42 Brisbane Broncos

    Brisbane Broncos half-back Anthony Milford told Sky Sports: "We wanted to be very clinical.

    "Unfortunately they scored a couple of tries but there were a lot of positives for us to take out of that match."

  4. Full time: Wigan Warriors 12-42 Brisbane Broncos

    A chastening night for Wigan as a clinical Brisbane Broncos ease to victory at the DW Stadium and give the NRL an unassailable 2-0 lead in this year's World Club Series.

    The result will hurt, but more concerning for Wigan will be the plethora of injuries they've collected over the past couple of hours, most notably hooker Michael McIlorum with a broken ankle.

  5. TRY (Williams, goal Powell)

    Wigan Warriors 12-42 Brisbane Broncos

    Finally some reward for Wigan and George Williams, who grabs a consolation try for the Warriors from close range.

    They deserve that second score, for their efforts in the face of injury-induced adversity alone.

  6. Wigan Warriors 6-42 Brisbane Broncos

    With the result assured, it's a case of counting down the minutes now for both sides. Four to go. And credit to both teams, they're both still giving it plenty.

  7. NO TRY

    Wigan Warriors 6-42 Brisbane Broncos

    A hat-trick for Brisbane's Corey Oates? No it's not. His hand is on the touchline as he acrobatically grounds the ball in the corner.

    He may have got one similar in his favour in the first half, but the video referee rules against the Broncos winger this time.

  8. Wigan Warriors 6-42 Brisbane Broncos

    Brian Noble

    Ex-Great Britain coach, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Taulima Tautai of Wigan Warriors
    Quote Message: It's important Wigan aim up here and hopefully the score doesn't become embarassing. They've been good for 80% of the game but they've been undone by how clinical Brisbane have been. The Broncos defence has been pretty good.
  9. TRY (Eden, goal Parker)

    Wigan Warriors 6-42 Brisbane Broncos

    What a moment for English winger Greg Eden.

    The Broncos have their seventh try, matching Sydney Roosters' efforts 24 hours ago, courtesy of an 80-metre dart to the line by the former Huddersfield, Hull KR and Salford man.

    Every Brisbane kick at goal has gone over tonight, six of them for Corey Parker.

    Broncos coach Wayne Bennett has a smile on his face up in the stands, and with good reason.

  10. Wigan Warriors 6-36 Brisbane Broncos

    Wigan get to within 10 metres of the try line once more, but prop Ben Flower spills the ball in a tackle with Corey Parker.

  11. Wigan Warriors 6-36 Brisbane Broncos

    When it's not your night...

    Wigan centre Dan Sarginson knocks on with the try line at his mercy. Fortunately, a Brisbane player knocked on first, so the Warriors have a scrum deep in Broncos territory.

  12. Wigan Warriors 6-36 Brisbane Broncos

    Kodi Nikorima of Brisbane Broncos celebrates

    So, safe to say it's going to be 2-0 to the NRL in this year's World Club Series.

    Can Leeds restore some pride for Super League on Sunday? Follow live text and radio commentary here on the BBC Sport website from 18:30 GMT as the Rhinos host North Queensland Cowboys in the 2016 World Club Challenge.

  13. TRY (Nikorima, goal Parker)

    Wigan Warriors 6-36 Brisbane Broncos

    Kodi Nikorima extends Brisbane's lead still further, resisting the temptation to knock on a grubber kick and touches down unchallenged. His second of the match.

    Meanwhile, Wigan's injury woes continue...

  14. TRY (Oates, goal Parker)

    Wigan Warriors 6-30 Brisbane Broncos

    Corey Oates of Brisbane Broncos

    A big swing in momentum in this match, and almost certainly "game over" now.

    Wigan spill the ball with an overlap on their left touchline 10 metres out, the Broncos break quickly and Englishman Greg Eden sees his name up in lights for a second.

    Lewis Tierney stops Eden's 50-metre dash to the line, but Brisbane winger Corey Oates strolls over on the other side of the field for his second try.

  15. Wigan Warriors 6-24 Brisbane Broncos

    Brian Noble

    Ex-Great Britain coach, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Greg Eden tackled by Sam Powell
    Quote Message: Brisbane have taken their opportunities, in the NRL you get fewer, you have to be clinical and incisive. A few poor defensive reads have helped Brisbane but both teams are rucking the same. Wigan are winning the field position in this second half.
  16. Wigan Warriors 6-24 Brisbane Broncos

    Oh, unlucky Wigan. George Williams sends a fantastic looping pass to Oliver Gildart on the left touchline, but the young winger can't quite gather and the chance has gone.

    The Warriors enjoying a decent spell at the start of the second half.

  17. Wigan Warriors 6-24 Brisbane Broncos

    More excellent field position for Wigan as Sam Thaiday catches a ricochet from an offside position.

    They start another attacking set 15 metres from the Brisbane line, it's switched left, but the Broncos snuff out the threat with a mammoth catch from a high bomb by Corey Oates.

  18. Wigan Warriors 6-24 Brisbane Broncos

    John Bateman

    Kudos to Wigan, here. They've started the second half in spirited fashion - a solid defensive set and a repeat attacking set get them to the Broncos' try line.

    Replacement hooker Sam Powell chases his own dab through and earns a goal-line drop-out.

    Hang on, what's this?! Tony Clubb about to come back on for Wigan?!

  19. Wigan Warriors 6-24 Brisbane Broncos

    Brian Noble

    Ex-Great Britain coach, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Quote Message: Milford took off then, gosh he's an exciting player. He just went 'Zoom'. He was gone but came up with the forward pass.
  20. Wigan Warriors 6-24 Brisbane Broncos

    Almost a run to the line for Brisbane right at the start of the second half, but play is brought back for a forward pass by Anthony Milford.