Warrington loose forward Simon Grix faces another spell out of action after suffering a shoulder injury in his side's win over Bradford on Sunday.
Grix, 28, was out for two months earlier in the season with an ankle problem and suffered another shoulder injury during a stop-start campaign.
"It will probably set him back, if not for the rest of the season, then for a little while," Wolves coach Tony Smith told BBC Radio Merseyside.
"We'll assess that through the week."
The 50-24 victory over the Bulls means Warrington have now won eight successive games, leaving them fifth in the table and four points behind leaders St Helens.
The Wolves scored nine tries, including two each for Joel Monaghan and Gareth O'Brien.
"Some of the stuff with the ball was first class. It would test a lot of teams," added Smith.
"Bradford didn't stop trying, scored some points themselves and showed their spirit.
"We're a bit disappointed that we did leak so many points and we'll address those issues, but at the same time I don't want to take away from our attack too much. I thought it was top drawer."