Super League Round Four Predictions: Unbeaten start ended as Castleford react to Radford exit

The Super League season is well and truly up and running.

This week, after an eventful Round Three, will shed plenty of light on who the flyers and the strugglers are in 2023.

Here are our predictions:

Wigan Warriors 24-12 Catalans Dragons
Tonight Wigan Warriors take on Catalans which will no doubt shed light on which club is best placed to take the title from St Helens. Catalans are presently unbeaten but Wigan have bounced back from their surprise defeat and could have too much fire power for the French side.

Leigh Leopards 6-26 St Helens
Expect a backlash from the Champions after they were stunned last week against Leeds Rhinos. Leigh will be a tough opponent after their first win of the season last week and have been pretty resurgent in their opening three games but Saints will find another level.

Huddersfield Giants 28-22 Castleford Tigers
With a new coach bounce, expect Castleford to run Huddersfield close this week. However, with their squad and strength in the middle of the park, Huddersfield should have enough to claim the win.

Hull KR 20-22 Warrington Wolves
Two of the best performing teams to start the season – last week aside in the case of Hull KR – and thus this should be a fascinating clash between the two. However, the character and the balance of Warrington so far could see them get over the line.

Leeds Rhinos 30-12 Wakefield Trinity
Leeds got their season kickstarted last week by defeating the Champions St Helens. They are now looking to back that up which makes this a vital fixture against a Wakefield side looking to pick up their first win of the season.

Hull FC 26-20 Salford Red Devils
Two teams with good potential and exciting attacks, the two should put on an interesting clash on OurLeague this weekend. In the end Hull FC at home might just edge it.

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