Warrington 6/4 to do the double over the Rhinos

Hull Warrington Betting

A busy night of Super League this evening with 5 matches being played. It’s going to be a tough bank holiday weekend with all these clubs back in action on Monday.

The Sky Cameras are at Headingley for the visit of Warrington where the Rhinos will be looking to get back on track after losing to Castleford at magic.
Wire conceded a last minute try against Wigan but still came away from the north east with s point.

Leeds have been showing some good form at home in Super League but lost last time out at home to improving Huddersfield.
Warrington are putting a nightmare start to the season behind them as they’ve only lost one of their last 6 in League and Cup.

Super League sponsors Betfred give Warrington a 4 point start on the handicap and in a game I expect to be tight I think they can stay inside that if not win the game.

Warrington have only lost one of their last 6 now as they look to get away from the Middle 8 and Leeds have struggled a bit in recent weeks. They dropped off for 15 minutes at magic last week which cost them and for all they won in France last month were badly beaten by Huddersfield in their last home game in the league.

I can’t see more than a try in this either way so the value is probably Warrington getting a 4 point start on the handicap.
Leeds are 4/7 to get the 2 points but I just think Warrington can land odds of 6/4 and sneak home, neither result would surprise you though, if you fancy the Rhinos you can boost the 4/7 to 6/5 on the Half Time Full Time but there’s been plenty of games lately where the team leading at halftime has failed to win.

Hall heads 1st try lists at 6/1 but I’d prefer Moon at 9/1,  Ratchford at 14/1 would be my pick in Primrose and Blue.

Always tough picking the man of the match but Parcell has been the pick of the Rhinos players in recent weeks and he just gets my vote ahead of the influential Moon,  in what could be a hot energy sapping evening I’d just look to Kevin Brown to put the nightmare of last week behind him if Wire were to win , Chris Hill is always a big money alternative but it’s Parcell and Brown for me.

Huddersfield are finding some form and I think they can land odds of 15/8 with a win at Wakefield. Trinity are going well again in the top 6 but the Giants have had some improved results in recent weeks and could get an important win here.
The Giants  get a 6 point start for handicap backers and favourite backers can get 4/9 for a home win.

Catalans look in real trouble after losing to Huddersfield last week and are 10/3 to win at Salford.
The Red Devils are unbackable at 2/9 to win a game  that form suggests they should comfortably.
Salford have to concede a 12 point start on the handicap and in what could be a high scoring game I think they may just go under that. They only really got the better of Leigh last week when the Centurions were reduced to 12 men and for all Salford should win it may be by less than the 12 point handicap.

Leigh can’t buy a win at the moment and they are 9/1 to win at Hull.
Whilst you can’t see that happening they can stay inside the 18 point handicap against a very inconsistent Hull side who seem to be pacing themselves this year.
Given Leigh’s form 1/10 is justified for a home win but it may only be by around 11-15 points.

Finally the only real question is how many will Castleford beat Widnes by.

The Vikings get a 30 point start on the handicap and with the Tigers looking at 2 games in 3 days you have to think they’ll take their foot of the gas at some stage in the game.
Castleford will surely justify odds of 1/66 to win the game but the value could be Widnes getting a 20 point start at 5/2.
Vikings fans can get 16/1 for a shock away win.

Super League is back Friday as always please gamble responsibly.