Result: Scores even at DW Stadium

Wigan Warriors and Warrington Wolves play to a draw in the Super League at the DW Stadium this evening.

Wigan Warriors and Warrington Wolves have shared the spoils after playing to a 17-17 draw in the Super League this evening.

Warrington Wolves player Ryan Atkins is tackled by Wigan Warriors player Matty Smith on February 8, 2013© Martin Rickett / PA Photos

An evenly-matched first 40 minutes saw the hosts take a narrow two-point lead at half time.

A brace from Joel Monaghan was matched by tries from Josh Charnely and Ben Flower, before Pat Richards kicked a penalty right at the end of the first half to give Warriors a lead.

Wigan Warriors Sam Tomkins in action for his side on February 8, 2013© Martin Rickett / PA Photos

It was Warrington who struck first after the break, Richard Myler scoring the visitors' third try of the game, but Wigan continued to match their opponents, and made the score 16-16 shortly after through Liam Farrell.

Matty Smith, who played much of the game with a cut to the head, gave the hosts a slender advantage inside the final 10 minutes by kicking a drop goal, but Lee Briers did the same with two minutes left to play to level the scores.

Wigan Warriors player Matty Smith skips away from a challenge in his team's match with Salford City Reds on February 1, 2013
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