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Kyle Amor makes huge prediction ahead of crucial period

Warrington Wolves are headed for their seventh win from seven games to start the Super League season as they power past Hull FC.

However, their next three games will be a true test of their title credentials.

They take on Catalans Dragons next week over Easter as part of Rivals Round.

The Dragons are notoriously tough to beat at home and the Dragons went into this round second with just one defeat.

After this they take on last year’s top two in the shape of Super League and World Champions St Helens and reigning Challenge Cup holders Wigan Warriors.

However, Channel 4 pundit and former St Helens and Warrington player believes the Wolves can win those next three games.

He said:

“The way they start games, they can cause problems for any side. Yes they might be in gear two now but they start games so well.

“We talked about the difficult fixtures ahead, I have no doubt that they can win those next three games if they want to.”

All the damage was done today against Hull FC in the first half.

George Williams is in special form and we saw that again as kick over the top was well placed to allow speedster Matty Ashton to chase ahead and score the opening try of the game.

On the back of a dominant pack we saw Warrington play the Powell style of chancing their arm and finding an offload and that came from this time from the imperious Paul Vaughan created enough space for Peter Mata’utia to dummy over.

After good work from Greg Minikin to get the Wolves down field, a lovely George Williams kick was well taken by Ben Currie who leapt highest to produce a lovely catch and and score.

After a Hull FC error, George Williams pounced on the error, tore ahead and then found Matt Dufty in support, it was a simple case of draw the cover and feed the speedster. Once in Dufty’s hands it was a guaranteed try.

Josh Drinkwater is seen as the organiser to George Williams’ attacking threat but this try from Josh Drinkwater as he showed a lovely little dummy and some strength to tear through and score to make it 28-0.

Brad Dwyer has scored the only try of the second half.

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