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Super League Predictions: Huge result at Headingley as title challengers stunned

We are nearly at the halfway stage of the Super League season and Round 13 again feels like a pivotal stage in the season.

But who will be the winners and losers this week?

Hull KR 10-24 Wigan Warriors
If we were seeing Hull KR at their best come up against Matt Peet’s side, we have already seen that they have the ability to beat them. However, without Lachlan Coote, Jordan Abudll and Rowan Milnes, it seems like it will be a struggle for the Robins.

Catalans Dragons 36-10 Wakefield Trinity
It could be Luke Gale’s debut but travelling away to Catalans is tough for any side let alone the club at the bottom of the league. The Dragons will be tough to stop in France.

Huddersfield Giants 18-10 Castleford Tigers
Two teams struggling at the moment, especially in terms of points scoring, meet hoping to spark some life into their season again. Huddersfield looked a lot better last week against Salford and will hope to improve again here.

Leigh Leopards 24-18 Warrington Wolves
We have seen that Leigh can compete with anyone this season and with the Wolves without Josh Drinkwater who gives their attack balance, the Leopards could stun the league leaders.

Leeds Rhinos 26-22 St Helens
Leeds are the kind of side who can beat anyone on their day. The Rhinos seem to win one and lose one and following that line of thinking they should show up against the Champions. Saints are without key forwards Matty Lees and Morgan Knowles.

Salford Red Devils 24-20 Hull FC
This should be much closer than the last time these two locked horns. Both sides have looked good lately and it should be a great watch but Salford could just have the edge.

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