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UK SUPER LEAGUE ROUND 8

WARRINGTON WOLVES VS HULL KR ROVERS

SATURDAY AUGUST 8, 6.30 PM, EMERALD HEADINGLEY STADIUM, LEEDS

Warrington were mediocre before the shutdown, winning 3 and losing 3 with a very similar points scored, and points conceded record, were treading water, and have a chance to resume with a bang against the Hull outfit here today.  Hull had 1 win only and 5 losses and had conceded 85 more points than they had scored, good enough for only last and have a lot of ground to make up if they want to feature in the later stages of this competition.  Warrington are well liked in the Super League winners market for the title, with odds of $4 so ought to be respected heavily, while Hull KR are the least supported by bookies at a write-your-own-ticket quote of $351.  Good conditions await these teams, at Headingly in the festival type scene, only without fans, all games at the one venue, thus this should be an interesting fixture.

Star recruits from the NRL, Widdop and Blake Austin will be looking to build a formidable combination for the Wolves, now that the season is underway again, as both had memorable NRL careers, and plenty of success.  Queensland legend and Wolves coach, Steve Price has almost a full squad of healthy players available, with only Murdoch-Masila, former Tiger and Panther, unavailable for this match.  Old heads Hill and Daryl Clark will be looking to play key roles also, if the Wolves are to succeed.  Hull have plenty of players to assess, as they are basically looking forward to 2021, with no relegation this season, though Minikin, Livett and Mudoti are unavailable due to various injuries.  Former Cowboys Premiership player Linnett and Roosters long time star Kenny-Dowall will be a key pairing and ought to provide plenty of experience to the younger players for the Hull outfit.

A Hull KR win cannot be entirely ruled out as they did manage to defeat the Wolves last June, 16-14 in a thrilling encounter at Craven Park, stealing the game with a Quinlan try in the 75th minute.  Warrington do however have a winning record against Hull having won 17-9 in the Super League era, and ought to find plenty of reasons to register another win in this matchup.  Indeed Warrington are $1.10 favourites, while Hull KR are $7 chances, with a large 18.5-point margin prediction.  Warrington are serious title contenders with such astute signatures and will be looking to resume the season in style, with a large win in this match.

PREDICITON: Warrington by 20.

BETTING TIP: $2.75 for Kenny-Dowall to score a try is nice odds, even if it’s a consolation score.