It’s a huge game at the bottom of Super League tonight as Castleford Tigers and Wakefield Trinity meet in a huge derby at the bottom of the table.
They only have one win between them after seven rounds thus a result here is vital.
However, Kevin Brown has his concerns about Trinity saying of their attack on the Last Tackle Podcast:
“The change has got to be their attack, it’s as poor an attack that I’ve seen in Super League. I think that’s the third game where they’ve not scored a point (it’s actually their fourth so Idk if you wanna change the quote), and then there’s other games where they’ve scraped a try through a kick.
“Their attack if they can get that right then it gives a chance to them because defensively they’ve got some spirit. They’re trying for their coach, they’re trying for the badge but they’ve not got enough ideas and creativity.”
However, Kyle Amor believes that a win here could turn things around for Wakefield: “This could almost be the catalyst for more results down the line for them. If they can get over the top of their nearest and dearest at their own patch it’ll be a huge boost for them.
“At this stage of the season it’s already looking like the battle for the wooden spoon.
However, Trinity have only beaten Castleford once in the last 10 derbies and Brown had a damning prediction for Wakefield:
“I think it’s a real tough ask for Wakefield and if they do lose then it’s four points adrift, I think Cas are too strong at home.”