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Super League acca: St Helens tested, Wigan Warriors momentum, London Broncos breakthrough

The Super League season continues this week with big fixtures taking place at the top and bottom of the table and we have the tips you need for your acca.

One of the big criticisms of Super League in recent years is the predictability. If a team has Wigan or Helens in their name, they were the ones to back.

This season is different… a lot different. We are heading into Round 11 of the competition, yet the top six clubs are all on 14 points.

Here, we look ahead to the latest round of fixtures in our Super League accumulator. Check out all of the tips and predictions below.


Super League acca

- St Helens to beat Castleford by 1-12 points (2/1)
- Salford to beat Leigh (13/8)
- Wigan to beat Huddersfield (1/2)
- Catalans to beat Leeds (2/5)
- London to beat Hull FC by 1-12 points


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Castleford Tigers vs St Helens (Fri, 2000 BST)

Had this fixture come up last month, we would have backed a St Helens clinic. Let’s face it, most people would.

However, Castleford are enjoying somewhat of a revival. Their 40-0 win over London was followed up by an admirable 28-28 draw away against the Leigh Leopards last week.

Cas are improving but Saints should have enough quality to get over the line. We’re backing a narrow win for the hosts in the 1-12 points margin market.

TIP: St Helens to win by 1-12 points


Leigh Leopards vs Salford Red Devils (Fri, 2005 BST)

Salford are exceeding all expectations this season as they enter the 11th round of the competition level on points with the league leaders.

The Red Devils will be intent on continuing their solid run against a strange Leigh side.

The Leopards ended their four-match losing run with a win over high-flying Catalans Dragons but couldn’t find a way past Castleford a week later.

We’re backing consistency in this one and siding with Salford to get the job done.

TIP: Salford to win


Huddersfield Giants vs Wigan Warriors (Sat, 1500 BST)

Huddersfield Giants will be looking to end their two-match losing run when the defending champions come to town.

Narrow defeats to St Helens and Salford put an end to Huddersfield’s five-match winning run.

The Giants are still dangerous, but Wigan should have enough to get over the line at the John Smith’s Stadium.

The Warriors have only lost two competitive matches this year and thrashed the Catalans Dragons last week 30-8. We’re siding with Wigan to do the business in West Yorkshire.

TIP: Wigan Warriors to win


Catalans Dragons vs Leeds Rhinos (Sat, 1730 BST)

Catalans have endured a few rotten results over recent weeks but don’t be fooled – an animal is at its most dangerous when wounded… apparently.

Following a run of three defeats in four games, the Dragons will be intent on improving in front of their home fans.

Leeds were beaten 61-0 on their last trip to Perpignan. While we’re not backing another demolition, we are throwing our weight behind the French team.

TIP: Catalans to win


London Broncos vs Hull FC (Sun, 1500 BST)

Arguably the most intriguing fixture of the weekend takes place in the capital.

London and Hull FC have been the whipping boys of Super League, but this weekend offers the rare chance of reprieve.

When these two teams met earlier in the season, Hull FC escaped with a dramatic 28-24 win.

If London are to pick up a win this season, this is their best opportunity. We’re backing the hosts to deliver in a close contest.

TIP: London to win by 1-12 points

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