The Penrith Panthers have confirmed that they will be facing off against the Wigan Warriors in the World Club Challenge in England in February. The game will feature the 2023 NRL champion against the winners of the 2023 Super League competition and will be held on Sunday, February 25th at Wigan’s DW Stadium with a 7am kick-off AEDT. This announcement comes after the Panthers were missing from the draw of next year’s $100,000 pre-season challenge, indicating that they would be traveling to England.
This will be the second consecutive year that the Panthers have participated in the World Club Challenge, having hosted St. Helens at BlueBet Stadium earlier this year, resulting in a 13-12 loss. This upcoming match will also mark the second time that Wigan and Penrith will face each other.
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In summary, the Penrith Panthers will be competing in the World Club Challenge against the Wigan Warriors in February, marking their second consecutive appearance in the tournament. The game will be held at Wigan’s DW Stadium and will be available for live streaming on Kayo Sports.
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