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Huddersfield Giants v Catalans Dragons Preview
The Huddersfield Giants welcome the Catalans Dragons from the South of France to West Yorkshire for an intriguing matchup that is hugely difficult to predict.
Whilst both side shave lots of quality throughout their squad, both have struggled for some time with consistency and that is what makes this one so intriguing.
If both teams turn up and play to the best of their ability, this is one of those games that will keep even neutrals on edge throughout and the win will be in the balance until the final minute but both teams also have the capability to play well below par and that could lead to a comfortable win either way.
Traditionally the Dragons have struggled more often than not on the road but they know that if they want to compete for trophies, this is exactly the sort of game that they need to be winning.
The Huddersfield Giants John Smiths Stadium plays host to this one and whilst it is a good quality modern stadium on some match days it can give a poor atmosphere due to the size and openness of it and of course due to the relatively small fanbase of the Giants.
For matches against the likes of Catalans when there will be only a small band of followers for the away side, it will be up to the players to be fully motivated to entertain.
Huddersfield Giants v Catalans Dragons Prediction
Here at RLBet, we give out predict for who we think will win and also what we think the winning margin will be but don’t forget that the unpredictable nature of the Super League, this should only be seen as our view.