Broadcast: Hawkesbury Radio 89.9FM (Link available via www.nswrl.com.au's Weekend Game-Cast)
: The Windsor Wolves will be fighting for their finals lives as they host a Wentworthville side left licking its wounds after they were the latest victim to feel the wrath of a rampant Bulldogs outfit at Ringrose Park last week. A win away against the Bears a fortnight ago combined with the bye last weekend has left the Wolves knocking on the door of the eight but with plenty of work left ahead of them if they are to be around in September. While Wentworthville is all but guaranteed of making the eight, Coach Brett Cook would now like to see his side establish some more consistency from week to week. A number of the recent Magpies performances have been indifferent to say the least and they will most certainly be looking to tighten up their play over the coming weeks. The Wolves will be without Harry Seijka here as he has earned a well deserved NRL debut after stellar form in the NSW Cup of late and as a result Masada Iosefa gets his chance to steer the Wolves around the park.
Talking Point: Have the Wolves left it too late - Now sitting just two competition points behind the Centurions, the question Windsor fans will be asking is