Leeds Rhinos, Wakefield Trinity and Warrington Wolves: Super League stars who could be in disciplinary trouble

Well, the Easter Monday fixtures have now been completed with a number of exciting – if low on quality – games being witnessed.

Castleford Tigers took on Leeds Rhinos in the first televised game, live on Sky Sports, and both sides dished up a rather mediocre affair with the former finally beating the latter, 16-14.

Among those games not televised, St Helens were able to overcome a stubborn Huddersfield Giants even without talismanic halfback Lewis Dodd, whilst Hull KR just crept over the line against Toulouse Olympique, 28-24.

Wigan Warriors put 50 past a beleaguered Wakefield Trinity as Catalans Dragons thrashed Salford Red Devils at the AJ Bell Stadium, too.

That left just Hull FC and Warrington Wolves to do battle in a tense affair as the Black and Whites ran out 18-16 winners.

But, just who could be in disciplinary trouble this week? For the sake of fairness, all yellow cards have been included.

Wigan Warriors vs Wakefield Trinity
Kelepi Tanginoa (Wakefield Trinity)

Castleford Tigers vs Leeds Rhinos
James Bentley (Leeds Rhinos)

Hull FC vs Warrington Wolves
Ben Currie (Warrington Wolves)

Salford Red Devils vs Catalans Dragons
Joe Chan (Catalans Dragons)

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