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Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves
The Leeds Rhinos welcome the Warrington Wolves to Headingley for the 29th and final match up of the 2019 Super League season.
Leeds go into the round in 8th place but such is the closeness of the table in 2019, they are actually just 2 points ahead of London at the bottom of the table and they will be relieved that Wakefield meet London and that they cannot still be relegated.
Leeds have little to paly for in terms of the league but they have a number of players playing for contracts and now that there new head coach is in place for next season, all of the players will be looking to impress Richard Agar.
Warrington on the other hand start the round in 3rd place but with things so tight at the top of the table behind Saints, they too need the win to make the path through the play-offs as easy as possible.
Leeds have won 3 of their last 6 matches but just 1 of their last 3.
Wolves have won just 1 of their last 6 but that win did come last time out against Wakefield, so they will be looking to keep winning to build more confidence ahead of the play-offs.
JJB is set to captain the Rhinos on his final appearance. Youngster Cory Johnson could make his debut whilst both Brad Singleton and Nathaniel Peteru are named.
Shaun Lunt, Ava Seumanufagai & Trent Merrin drop out.
Warrington make 2 changes with Jack Hughes and Ben Westwood replacing Harvey Livett and Lama Tasi.
Whilst Leeds have nothing to paly for as they are safe from the drop, they will be looking to end the season on a high, especially in front of their home fans but with Warrington in desperate need of building some form and confidence ahead of the play-offs, we are going to back the Wolves for the win.
Score Prediction Warrington Wolves by 8