To some people, Wakefield Trinity are dead set for relegation but others believe the West Yorkshire side can chase down Castleford Tigers.
Kyle Amor, a former Wakefield player, believes Trinity could put Castleford Tigers in serious relegation trouble in the coming weeks as he backed them to find a win.
Amor said on The Last Tackle Podcast:
“I’m still confident that there is a win at Wakefield for Wakefield.
“I honestly think, and I’ve said it a couple of times, that I think it’s Castleford who might be in trouble at the end of the season.
“I do believe that there’s a win there for Wakefield and when those two clubs meet again later on down the line that’ll be a huge game.
“Having said that Wakefield do need to start picking up wins and of course with James Ford leaving it doesn’t look great, but I still do believe that they’re a chance of staying up.”
Wakefield are still winless and have failed to score in five games as well as being unable to score more than one try in 75% of their games.
Castleford meanwhile haven’t been scoring tries for fun either this season either and have only won two games this season as well.