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Super League acca: Huddersfield Giants, Wigan Warriors and Warrington Wolves to shine away from home

Another round of Super League action is fast approaching and Planet Sport looks ahead to all six fixtures, giving all the selections you need for your acca.

Last week certainly offered a mixture of one-sided and dramatic encounters.

Warrington and Huddersfield, for instance, were made to work hard for their wins over Leigh and Leeds.
Wigan, St Helens and Catalans, on the other hand, cruised to victory in their matches.

This weekend promises to be a good one for away teams as the battle for positioning in the Super League table continues.


Super League Acca

Huddersfield Giants to beat St Helens (16/5)
Castleford Tigers to beat London Broncos (2/13)
Wigan Warriors to beat Hull KR (4/9)
Catalans Dragons -8 Handicap vs Leigh Leopards (21/20)
Warrington Wolves -6 Handicap vs Salford (20/21)
Leeds Rhinos to beat Hull FC (2/15)


St Helens vs Huddersfield Giants (Thu, 2000 BST)

Huddersfield Giants are flying and they will be intent on bagging their first win over St Helens in over four years.

Ian Watson’s men have won their last five matches in all competitions, including a 30-24 success at Headingley against Leeds Rhinos last Friday.

St Helens, meanwhile, have won just one of their last three matches. That sole victory came against Hull FC which, considering their form, is not a ground-breaking achievement.

We’re backing the Giants to continue their momentum on Thursday night and add another mark in the win column.

TIP: Huddersfield to win


Castleford Tigers vs London Broncos (Fri, 2000 BST)

Super League’s basement battle sees the London Broncos travel to Castleford Tigers.

The two relegation contenders have one win between them this season. That sole victory belongs to Castleford who should have enough quality to make it two. Especially with home comforts of the Mend-A-Hose Jungle on their side.

TIP: Castleford Tigers to win


Hull KR vs Wigan Warriors (Fri, 2000 BST)

The match of the round could very well take place here at Craven Park.

Hull KR’s five-match winning run came to an end away at Catalans last weekend. Wigan, meanwhile, are on a three-match winning run having scored 136 points during this time.

The Warriors won’t lose many games this season and this won’t be one of them. We’re backing the visitors to return to Wigan with the two points.

TIP: Wigan Warriors to win


Leigh Leopards vs Catalans Dragons (Fri, 2000 BST)

League leaders Catalans Dragons bounced back from their Challenge Cup exit by thrashing Hull KR 36-6 last weekend.

At the same time, Leigh gave Warrington a run for their money but ultimately succumbed to a sixth league defeat from seven.

Catalans won all three head-to-heads with Leigh last season and we’re backing that trend to continue on Friday.

TIP: Catalans Dragons -8 Handicap


Salford Red Devils vs Warrington Wolves (Sat, 1500 BST)

Salford may have kept hold of their head coach Paul Rowley, but doing the same with two points on Saturday may prove a lot harder.

Warrington are playing like potential title contenders and are on the lookout for a fourth straight victory across all competitions.

Wolves to win is the way to go in this one.

TIP: Warrington Wolves -6 Handicap


Hull FC vs Leeds Rhinos (Sun, 1500 BST)

Hull FC boast the worst defensive record in the competition having conceded 310 points across eight games.

With no permanent coach in place and fresh on the back of a 58-0 spanking against St Helens, we have no confidence in the hosts on this occasion.

Leeds might be in dire form themselves, but this is the perfect fixture for the Rhinos to return to winning ways.

TIP: Leeds Rhinos to win

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