Wigan coach Shaun Wane and St Helens boss Keiron Cunningham talk of their friendship off the pitch ahead of the fierce rivalry of the Good Friday derby.
Wigan Warriors take on St Helens today in one of the biggest derbies on the rugby league calender. The two teams meet in their traditional Good Friday fixture for the first time in a competitive match since Saints beat the Warriors in the 2014 Grand Final.
Nearly 20 years on from their famous cross-code showdown, Wigan Rugby League Club and Bath's Rugby Union side have taken to the field once again.
The clubs have been linked ever since those two fixtures at Manchester City's Maine Road and at Twickenham.
Today they came face to face on the training ground in the hope of learning from each other's sports.
Chris Hall reports:
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