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Hull KR v Warrington Wolves Preview
Hull Kingston Rovers welcome the Warrington Wolves all the way along the M62 to East Yorkshire and East Hull for an intriguing game between 2 teams with differing expectations on them.
Whilst the Wolves go into each and every game almost with an expectation to be winning it, the Robins know that they will have to perform towards their very best to have any chance of a win.
That continues with the Wolves been amongst the favourites for the league and cup whilst the Robins are amongst the favourites for many to be relegated or to at least be in the battle to avoid the wooden spoon.
With that said, the Robins have enough quality to match and defeat anybody on their day but as one of the most inconsistent teams in the league, they will need everybody to step up against a Wolves team packed with internationals.
Craven Park play’s host to this one and whilst it has undergone a number of name changes down the years and it has undergone a number of changes to the layout and set up of the ground, it still remains one of the trickiest grounds for visiting teams to visit.
Not only do most teams have to travel a long way to East Yorkshire but when they get there they often have to play in one of the windiest grounds in the country with gusts of wind coming off of the nearby river Humber.
Nowadays the ground is a mixture of seating and standing with some corporate facilities as well but it is the main standing area of the ground that houses the biggest number of fans and certainly the most vocal fans that make it a tricky place for away teams.
Hull KR v Warrington Wolves 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.
As you would expect from two of the biggest clubs in the country who both have long and storied histories, their pasts have often been entwined on their battles for success and silverware.
That started all of the way back in the 1904-05 season when the 2 sides met in the final of the Challenge Cup when Warrington ran out 6-0 winners to pick up the silverware.
The 2 sides also battled it out over the 1978-79 league title when it was the Rovers who picked up the Rugby Football League Championship First Division title whilst it was Warrington who finished runners up.