Warrington Wolves coach Tony Smith will have a say in the outcome of Super League's controversial ClubCall
Wigan lose to reigning super league champions Leeds
Wigan are set to give a Super League debut to Lewis Tierney, the 18-year-old son of Warriors legend Jason Robinson.
Wigan coach Shaun Wane hailed his side's "never-say-die" attitude after seeing them stage a stunning recovery to beat Hull KR 42-36.
Wigan trailed 26-0 three minutes before half-time but mounted a superb comeback to earn a second League Leaders Shield in three years.
Wane, whose side came into the match needing one win from their final two fixtures to claim the Shield, heaped praise on his players for the victory. "I'm really pleased because I really wanted to win this game. As it turned out, we won it (although) not in the way I would have liked."
Wane's sights are firmly set on Old Trafford now but admits winning the League Leaders Shield is the one he wanted most. "If I was lucky to win three trophies, this one would have meant everything," he said. "To be the most consistent team throughout the season is something that means a lot to me."
He added, "It's a massive achievement for us. What I wanted to bring to this club was consistency and we ground out a good win. I'm really pleased but there are things we need to work on. We weren't at our best today and we made too many errors and gave away too many penalties."
"But I have to commend my players on what they did to come back from that deficit is unbelievable. We need to fix things and fix them quickly. This is not an easy place to come to because they are a quality team."
Shaun Wane clinched his first piece of silverware as Wigan coach with a comeback victory over Hull KR, who made them fight all the way for the points.
Late tries from Pat Richards and Josh Charnley broke the hearts of the home side as the Warriors secured the League Leaders Shield with the victory.
Wigan hooker Michael McIlorum has been cleared to play for his club in their Carnegie Challenge Cup semi-final against Leeds on Saturday week.
His place was under threat after he was sent off for punching Olivier Elima during the Warriors' 30-22 Super League defeat by Bradford last Friday but he was today charged with a grade A offence, which carries a maximum punishment of a one-match ban.
In today's Super League clash at The Halliwell Jones Stadium Ryan Atkins scored 3 tries as the Wolves eased past Hull.