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Super League tips: Warrington Wolves vs Catalans Dragons verdict, key stats and suggested bets

Planet Sport takes a closer look at Thursday’s big Super League clash between the Warrington Wolves and Catalans Dragons.

Out of form, no head coach and on the brink of dropping out of the top six. The current situation at Warrington is desolate, though in this wild and unpredictable Super League season, is it wise to simply dismiss the Wolves?

League leaders Catalans Dragons visit the Halliwell Jones Stadium this Friday night as they look to enhance their position at the top of the Super League. 

Date, KO time and TV coverage

Super League, Friday 4 August, Kick-off 20.00, live on Sky Sports

Predicted score

Warrington Wolves 20-16 Catalans Dragons

Suggested bets

Warrington Wolves to win

Warrington Wolves to win by 1-12 point margin

Key stats

Warrington have won four of their last 14 matches (all competitions)
Catalans Dragons have won seven of their last eight across all competitions
Warrington boast three straight victories over Catalans
The Dragons have conceded 20 or more points in just three of their last nine outings


Warrington kicked off the Super League season with eight straight victories as the team seemed destined for success in 2023. All it took was one night out at the Kings Head pub in order for fortunes to quickly turn.
Just a few months on from serenading their head coach, Wire fans have grown increasingly incensed after their team picked up just four wins from their last 14 outings.
The situation reached a climax last weekend as Daryl Powell faced the chop following a shock defeat away at bottom-of-the-table Wakefield Trinity.
Gary Chambers and Richard Marshall are now responsible for preparing the Wolves for the visit of Catalans Dragons.
The French outfit sit proudly atop the Super League table having won seven of their last eight matches.
Last weekend, the Perpignan-side turned on the style as they demolished Salford 42-0 in the south of France.
The Dragons have conceded 20 or more points in just three of their last nine outings and boast the best attack in the competition having scored 546 points.
All the stats, numbers, facts and even basic instincts are pointing towards yet another Catalans victory.
However, our recommendation is to back the hosts. Yes, you read that right.

It's not uncommon for sports teams to produce their best performance straight after a change of leadership. What's more, Catalans are susceptible to a slip up - something underlined by Huddersfield's recent trip to Perpignan.

Warrington boast three straight victories over the Dragons, including a 16-14-win last May in the Challenge Cup.

Catalans have won just two of their last eight matches against the Wolves and we're backing their dry spell to continue.

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