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Wakefield Trinity v Castleford Tigers
Wakefield Trinity welcome their arch-rivals and next door neighbours, the Castleford Tigers for this round 22 match up from the Rugby Super League in a game where there is much more than local bragging rights on the line.
Such is the tightness of the Super League in 2019, a win for either side will see them looking up the table and towards the play-off battle whilst a loss will see them have one eye over their shoulders towards the relegation scrap.
Cas start the round in 6th place, where they are 2 points and 2 places ahead of Wakey.
Wakefield have won just 1 of their last 6 outings but that win did come in their last home game.
Castleford have also lost all but 1 of their last 6 matches but the have lost each of their last 4.
Wakefield make 2 changes with James Batchelor and Max Jowitt coming in whilst Caton-Brown is expected to feature. David Fifita is amongst those missing out.
Castleford make 4 changes with Jake Trueman, Tuoyo Egodo, Jacques O’Neill, and Oliver Holmes coming in.
Both of these 2 near neighbours have a number of big names missing but it is the small squad of Wakefield that is struggling to cope the most and with the Tigers having a phycological edge over Wakey, we are going to back the away side for a win.
With that said, this is a game that could go either way and it will come down to which side take there chances when on offer and who can remained focussed the longer.
Score Prediction Castleford Tigers by 8