CARNEGIE CHALLENGE CUP FINAL
Venue: Wembley Date: Saturday, 29 August Kick-off: 1430 BST Coverage: Live on BBC One and online; full commentary on BBC Radio Leeds 774 AM & online and BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.
Warrington will take to the Wembley pitch for Saturday's Carnegie Challenge Cup final against Huddersfield hoping to win the trophy for the first time since 1974.
But what are the secrets of success of the squad? Who favours Superman underpants on match days? Who finishes every sentence with "innit"?
Ahead of the game, Irish winger Brian Carney, who will miss the game with a broken arm, gives the lowdown on his team-mates.
Date of Birth: 24/10/83
AKA: Richie Smith
Blossoming since being reunited with former coach Tony Smith - a beautiful relationship has been rekindled much to the annoyance of another player (more of that later).
A bundle of energy especially evident when celebrating a team mate scoring. watch for the run, jump and fist pump... usually landing on the back of a worn-out, tired prop who could do without 14 stones of acrobat hitching a ride. Tattooed.
Date of Birth: 19/03/77
AKA: Spider, Hicksy
Plays in baby blue Spiderman underpants, hence the nickname.
For a guy used to the sea, sand and sun of Australia he never, ever, ever, ever moans about the English weather. Never. Also never complains if the team bus is running five minutes late. Has never been heard criticising anything ever, ever.
An accomplished goal-kicker and a very strong finisher when given a sight of the line.
Date of Birth: 05/07/84
AKA: Ali Baba, Bridgey
Shares a house with Ben Harrison. Their Warrington residence now resembles a skip.
Multi-talented player who can cover many positions, and recognised as a top-notch goal-kicker. Tattooed.
Date of Birth: 05/07/84
AKA Kingy/Sideshow Bob/Napolean Dynamite
Born and raised in the New South Wales town of Casino, pronounced Kasina, and that's where the story starts. The young King was babysat by none other than Tony Smith - honestly!
The two have remained exceptionally close for the last 28 years until a certain full-back transferred to Warrington from Wigan.
Like a woman scorned, this immensely talented centre has vowed revenge on the person he feels has driven a wedge between them.
The full-back claims he was unaware of the "special bond". Expect any pass from Mathers to fly over the head of King. Tattooed.
Date of Birth: 22/02/88
Has developed into a solid winger who has the speed to finish spectacularly from long range.
Was stretchered off in the semi-final but made a Lazarus-like recovery, so much so that he was seen riding his BMX and doing bunny hops later that evening.
Left-side partnership with Matt King has proved strong in both attack and defence. Tattooed.
Date of Birth: 14/06/78
A name synonymous with the Wire in the summer era. In his 13th year at the club and at last gets to show his undoubted talents on the biggest stage.
Could be accused of living life at a pace that suits him and known for never rushing.
His game and athleticism has really blossomed since taking medical advice 31 years ago to not do weights or fitness training for the duration of his career. Tattooed
Date of Birth: 13/05/80
The form hooker in rugby league right now.
Hugely experienced Australian import who has provided a major spark in the Wolves attack. Talented surfer and guitar player, this all-round nice guy and intellectual is unbelievably single.
All propositions to the player can be sent via the club c/o Halliwell Jones Stadium.
Date of Birth: 10/05/77
AKA: Moz/Bad Ed
A modern-day legend of the game on both sides of the world and in Salford. A man immensely proud of his roots.
Played in a Challenge Cup final for Leeds in 1999 beside his boyhood hero Terry Newton before really making his name down under with a six-year stint at the Roosters.
This Salford native paved the way in Australia for the subsequent success of the UK reality TV show Shameless.
Signed a four-year deal with the Wolves in 2007 and - as he says himself - he's "worth every million". Would be the first to admit he is the best poker player at the club.
Date of Birth: 25/04/81
AKA: Gaz/Carves/The Shadow
If you need to find Gaz, check behind Moz. Gaz has what could only be described as an unhealthy interest in all things Morley.
Has recently developed a Manc accent, walks on the balls of his feet and ends every sentence with "innit" ie "can I train with you today Moz, innit?" or "I'm buzzing off getting to the Challenge Cup final Moz, mint innit?".
Like Moz, he is a immense presence in the Wolves pack and is known to have significant pace for a rotund man. Tattooed.
Date of Birth: 27/06/85
This aggressive and hugely talented New Zealand international is one of the star performers of the Warrington pack.
Like his older brother Vinny, Lui is an accomplished boxer, basketballer and guitar player. Tattooed
Date of Birth: 24/02/88
AKA: Mr Potato Head/Bobble Head
This man has got the weight of the world on his shoulders. His head is huge.
Shares a house with Bridgey. The two have recently featured in such programmes as "A Life of Grime" , "Grimebusters", "Rogue Tenants" and "How Clean is your House?".
This Irish international is thriving under the coaching of Tony Smith.
Date of Birth: 25/07/81
The least enthusiastic trainer in the squad but you wouldn't know it during games.
A dead ringer, in looks and voice, for David from this year's Big Brother, Benny is quite the couch potato and cites X Factor, Murder She Wrote and Flog It as his favourite cultural activities.
Internationally honoured player who can do 80 minutes without rest. As he says himself "it's only as long as the Jeremy Kyle Show and Corrie" (without the ad breaks).
Date of Birth: 14/02/79
Another New Zealand international who can play in a number of positions in both the forwards and the backs.
Very close to his brother Louis (the movie Stuck on You comes to mind).
A talented guitar player, basketballer, boxer... wait, haven't we heard this before?
I, Paul Wood, have to be very careful what I say about either of the brothers. I don't want them coming knocking on my door, No 1 Wigan Park, Wigan Road, Wigantown, Wigan. Tattooed.
Date of Birth: 25/11/78
This follically challenged utility player has spent a considerable portion of his career earnings on cars and hair products.
I know for a fact he paid £30 for a bottle of thickening shampoo when players at one of his old clubs noticed his hair was thinning to the point where if his head was a doormat you would have thrown it out.
PJ has won every domestic trophy available.
Date of Birth: 15/09/88
Mobile young prop with great footwork. Calls himself "the Blond Bombshell". Not sure this nickname is really catching on yet though.
Date of Birth: 21/04/88
Is this a real name? Fact, this is the first time in history the names of two Ulster counties are in a Challenge Cup final squad. The other one? Email BBC with the answer. Tye is all action and one for the future.
Date of Birth: 18/09/80
Has made a surprise return to the squad after three months out with a bicep injury.
Partner Kate is due to give birth on Saturday and the team physio will have Higham's phone during the game.
Date of Birth: 03/07/73
Hugely Kiwi experienced international/pest who misses the game with a back injury.
Have you ever tried to have a conversation with a teenage know-it-all, crossed with a college professor, crossed with a failed comedian? Neither had we until Rah signed.
Former New Zealand Naval cadet (no, seriously, they have a Navy) before turning to rugby league. Tattooed.
AKA: Brian's Brother
Torn between two pupils vying to be teacher's pet. Apart from the daily rigours of coaching a professional rugby league team this "Englistralian" has become aware of the demands for his affection by Mathers and King.
Unsure of his nationality, he is also unsure of which of these backs he should shower with plaudits during video sessions. King plays hard to get, Mathers plays the downtrodden but enduringly faithful student.