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St Helens v Leeds Rhinos
St Helens welcome the Leeds Rhinos over the Pennines to the Totally Wicked Stadium for the glamour tie of round 6 from the 2018 Super League season and the great news not only for Rugby fans but for sporting fans in general is that you can watch the match live online via our Super League streaming partners.
Saints and Leeds have blessed us with many classic matches during the Super League era as they have been amongst the 2 most dominant teams but it is the Rhinos who are the reigning and defending champions in 2018 and interestingly it is them who are next in line to try and stop the St Helens juggernaut that has seen them start the season with 5 wins from 5 matches.
St Helens have the best attack in the league (scoring the most points) and the best defence (conceding the fewest), which just highlights the challenge ahead for the Rhinos, especially in front of what should be a packed crowd in St Helens but as they showed last season against the Castleford Tiger sin the Grand Final, they are more that capable of taking on the competitions form team and coming away with an all-important win.
As mentioned Saints have played 5 and won 5 this season including 2 wins from 2 at home.
The Rhinos have played 4 and won 3 with their only loss coming on the road in Widnes.
Saints make just the 1 change to their squad for this one with Jon Wilkin replacing the injured Alex Walmsley.
Leeds also make 1 forced changed as youngster Cameron Smith comes in for the injured Mitch Garbutt.
This is one of the tougher matches to predict for this round of matches as both teams simply have so much quality across the park.
The loss of Alex Walmsley will hit the home side hard and will certainly take a lot out of their forward power but we still believe that they will have too much for the Rhinos.
St Helens made their name of The Entertainers in the early years of Super League and those days are back as they play one of the most expansive styles in the competition.
Just as Cas did last year, until the final, a team full of confidence and throwing the ball around can have great success against this structured Rhinos team and that is where we think the difference will be.
In what is likely to be a close game throughout, Saints should be able to make and take the more chances.
Score Prediction St Helens by 8