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Warrington Wolves v Leigh Centurions
Warrington’s season to forget could be rubber stamped in this match as the team pic ked by many to make it to Old Trafford are now all but confirmed in the Qualifiers and fighting for their Super League lives.
The Challenge now for the Wolves players it to try and get back to winning ways in these last 3 matches of the first part of the season and get some confidence and form back before those unpredictable Qualifiers.
The same can be said for Leigh who are bottom of the table and struggling with form, confidence and most worryingly discipline after some, what can only be described as, embarrassing incidents in the South of France last week, especially by Jamie Acton.
Warrington have now won just 21 of their last 6 matches but that did come last time out at home against the Dragons.
Leigh have won just 1 of their last 5 matches but they have only won 1 of their last 10 matches away from home going to the end of last season.
Ben Westwood returns for the Wolves alongside Tom Lineham and Declan Patton. Ben Pomeroy is set to make his debut after joining from Lezignan.
Leigh are without Jamie Acton after last weeks ‘indiscretion’ and Ben Crooks is also suspended. On the plus side Mickey Higham returns alongside Samisoni Langi.
Although the unpredictable form of both teams means that this one could end up as a win for either team, we can only realistically see a Warrington win. They are almost back at full strength and with the Top 8’s now gone, they will have some pressure off them and that should allow them to get back towards their potential.
Our Prediction: Warrington Wolves by 14
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