Warrington 2/5 to win at Wakefield

Daryl Clark playing for Warrington Wolves in the Super League.

An intriguing game to kick off the Rugby League weekend as Warrington take the Thursday night trip over the Pennines to Wakefield .

Trinity have steadied their ship after an opening day defeat to London, which was followed by a home defeat to St Helens, and have now won 3 of their last 4 . They have won only one of 3 at home though so it’s no surprise that Warrington, who have only lost in Perpignan so far, are around 2/5 to win this one.

Warrington though have only played twice on the road , the other game being a win at Huddersfield so it’s hard to assess their form away from the HJ.
It’s a tough one to call , 2/1 looks good value for the hosts in a ground where Wire have come unstuck in the past but the news that wing star Tom Johnstone being out for the season is a real blow and this maybe just tips the scales in favour of the visitors.
It certainly could go either way though with the lead changing hands , so maybe Wakefield to be winning at half time and Warrington to win at full time could be good value to a small stake at around 7/1.
In a game that will surely be tight though Wakefield getting an 8 point start on the handicap is probably where the value lies.
A 1-5 point away win is about where I see this ending up.

Charnley at 8/1 would be my 1st try pick , but back to fitness Ben Currie to score anytime at 5/2 is probably the bet of the game.

All Wire at the top of the man of the match betting , Ratchford is 6/1 favourite with Austin at 8/1 . It’s take your pick really but maybe today could be the time for Austin , as for Trinity surely it has to be Brough at 8/1.

Top of the table clash between Saints and Castleford on Friday, as always please gamble responsibly

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