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Super League acca: Leeds Rhinos crisis, Wigan Warriors form, Catalans Dragons recovery

Another big weekend of Super League action awaits as the battle at the top continues to heat up.

St Helens have a score to settle with Salford, while Leeds Rhinos will be looking to avoid another shocking defeat.

Here, we take a look at all six fixtures in our latest Super League accumulator.

 

Super League acca

Hull KR to beat Castleford - 2/7
Leigh to beat Leeds - 4/5
Wigan -42 handicap vs London - 1/1
Warrington -6 handicap vs Hull FC - 8/11
Catalans to beat Huddersfield - 4/11
St Helens to beat Salford - 2/5

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Castleford Tigers vs Hull KR (Thu, 2000 BST)

Castleford came within two points of Challenge Cup winners Wigan Warriors last weekend. Then again, the newly crowned champs had probably just got off the party bus.

Hull KR, unlike the Warriors, will be fresh and determined to grab their fourth straight Super League win when they arrive at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle. We’re backing them to come away with the win.

Tip: Hull KR to win

 

Leeds Rhinos vs Leigh Leopards (Fri, 2000 BST)

Leeds did something nobody thought was possible last weekend – they lost to Hull FC. We knew the Rhinos were off, but we didn’t know things were that bad.

Leigh have only lost one of their last six games and arrive at Headingley on the back of a big win over the Catalans Dragons. The Leopards to win and Rohan Smith to lose his job is the likely outcome this Friday night.

Tip: Leigh to win

 

Wigan Warriors vs London Broncos (Fri, 2000 BST)

Wigan probably didn’t train too hard for their Super League clash with Castleford last weekend, yet the newly crowned Challege Cup winners still came out with a win.

The Warriors are undoubtedly back to their normal schedule and that is certainly bad news for bottom-of-the-table London.

Wigan in the handicap market is the only realistic way to go in the betting.

Tip: Wigan -42 handicap

 

Hull FC vs Warrington Wolves (Sat, 1500 BST)

Hull FC took advantage of a really poor Leeds Rhinos side to seal their second win of the season.

Getting a third is unlikely as Warrington Wolves head to East Yorkshire. After losing the Challenge Cup final, Sam Burgess and his men are now solely focused on the Super League.

With that in mind, a big win for Wire is on the cards.

Tip: Warrington -6 handicap

 

Catalans Dragons vs Huddersfield Giants (Sat, 1730 BST)

Both Catalans and Huddersfield are going through a rough patch at the moment. The French side have lost five of their last six while the Giants were beaten in six of their last seven.

Huddersfield have won the last three head-to-head encounters, including the last two in Perpignan.

However, this Catalans squad is simply too good to lose a fourth game in a row. Back the hosts to snap their losing streak.

Tip: Catalans to win

 

Salford Red Devils vs St Helens (Sun, 1500 BST)

Salford stunned St Helens with a 24-20 victory when the two sides met last March.

In truth, stunning teams has been Salford’s speciality this season. Paul Rowley’s side have been the surprise package, winning nine of 14 matches so far.

St Helens finished last weekend top of the standings and they will be intent on staying there.

Salford haven’t won back-to-back games against St Helens in 14 years and we’re not confident that will change.

Saints have only conceded 32 points across the last 320 minutes of Super League rugby. We’re backing them to stay top of the comp.

Tip: St Helens to win

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