Super League XXVII – Friday 29th April Matches Tips, TV and Betting Preview

The Super League weekend continues on Friday night when four of the six matches in the latest round of games take place both in England and France on an evening where the big three are once again on show.

One of the four matches is live on TV for us in the UK to sit back and enjoy while there should be regular updates on the other three as well as coverage in all of the usual places for the non-televised action.

Friday’s fixtures are as follows: (UK kick off and TV in brackets)

Catalans Dragons vs Castleford Tigers (7.30pm)

Leeds Rhinos vs Hull KR (7.45pm)

St Helens vs Salford Red Devils (7.45pm)

Warrington Wolves vs Wigan Warriors (8pm – Sky Sports Arena)


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Preview

The televised action comes from the Halliwell Jones Stadium where eighth placed Warrington Wolves host second placed Wigan Warriors. The Warriors have a big Challenge Cup semi-final to look forward to next week but they could go there on top of the Super League table if they can better the result of their opponent in that last four clash next weekend. That team is St Helens and they play host to a Salford Red Devils side who have lost their last four in the Super League, although they ran Wigan very close last week.

Catalans Dragons will be looking to make up for their defeat to Hull FC last week but they have injuries which are really beginning to mount up so that will give Castleford Tigers some belief for their trip to France. The other match sees Leeds Rhinos looking to finally spark their season into life when they host Hull KR at Headingley. Both teams won last week so they should be carrying an element of confidence into this one with them.

Betting

Warrington Wolves had a real wobble in the middle of the season but they look to have got together and sorted things out and the return of George Williams against his former club make them look a whole lot stronger. Had it not been for a ridiculous decision to send a late Hull FC score up to the video ref as a try when there was no way he could see it, Warrington would be coming into this match with three wins in succession. There is the potential for this team to be such an exciting one under Daryl Powell and this might be the occasion to show that.

Wigan Warriors have been much improved this season but their two defeats to the Catalans Dragons and St Helens this season were emphatic ones and it shows that they still might lack something against the better sides in the competition. On paper, this Warrington squad matches up to anything in the league so this will be a good test for Wigan. The other thing they have to guard against is not looking ahead to next week. That is a big cup semi-final next week whereas Warrington can give this their all knowing they have next week off to recover. I think we’ll get a great contest here but if Warrington can keep Jai Field quiet they have enough to get the job done here.

Tips

Back Warrington Wolves to beat Wigan Warriors for a 3/10 stake at 2.25 with William Hill

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Author: Martha Chavez