Super League: Eorl Crabtree plotting Wigan Warriors' downfall on Thursday

Last Updated: 28/05/14 3:09pm

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Eorl Crabtree knows Wigan Warriors will be a tough nut to crack

Eorl Crabtree knows Wigan Warriors will be a tough nut to crack

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Listen to what Eorl Crabtree had to say ahead of Huddersfield Giants' mouth-watering clash against Wigan Warriors on Thursday, a game which can be seen live on Sky Sports 1.

Crabtree knows the in-form Warriors will be a tough nut to crack at the John Smith's Stadium as the Giants seek to put the disappointment of last Friday's defeat at St Helens firmly behind them.

The imposing Giants forward says Shaun Wane's men have some of the best young talent in the league following recent victories over the likes of Leeds and Salford.

Although Wigan will be missing the likes of Michael McIlorum, Josh Charnley and Liam Farrell for the West Yorkshire clash Crabtree insists there will be no complacency from Paul Anderson's men.

When quizzed which team have been the stand-out performers in Super League this season? You guessed it. Crabtree confirmed the Warriors remain the team to beat.

Although the England international also reserved praise for the top-of-the-table Rhinos and Daryl Powell's Castleford Tigers, who have been this season's surprise package.

Click below to listen to Crabtree speaking to Sky Sports Radio ahead of Thursday's Super League encounter

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