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Wakefield Trinity v Warrington Wolves Preview
Wakefield Trinity take on the Warrington Wolves in a match that sees a club expected to struggle season in season out try to take on, match and defeat a club expected to challenge for honours every season.
Such is the beauty and the competitive nature of Rugby League; it wouldn’t be a massive shock to see the hosts pull off a shock win.
Wakefield are one of those sides that if they can have a good run and build some momentum and confidence, they can play themselves into the play-off picture but if they suffer a couple of injuries to key players and lose confidence, they can quickly find themselves dragged into the relegation scrap.
This is a game that the pressure is arguably off of them and they can see it as a bonus win if they can pull off a minor shock but it could be just the type of win they need to build a successful season around.
For the Wolves, a club expected to succeed, the pressure is on as not I this exactly the type of game they need to be winning if they are to go on to challenge for trophies, they really need to manage the game and come throughout comfortably.
Wakefield have played 1 and lost heavily against Hull KR whilst the Wolves have won 1 and lost 1 this season.
They impressed in a losing effort with 12 men against Wigan and then held the current champions St Helens scoreless last time out.
Warrington also make 2 changes with the headline news been the inclusion of Gareth Widdop. Keanan Brand also features with both Anthony Gelling and Declan Patton dropping out.
Wakefield make 2 changes with Jordan Crowther and George King coming in to replace Ryan Atkins and Connor Bailey.
Whilst the ground hugely happens the good work that the club do to attract new fans, it does allow the small band of followers that they do have to get close to the opposition players and to make thins difficult for players and official alike.
Wakefield Trinity 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.
With the form these 2 have shown already and the gulf in class on the team sheet, it is difficult to look past anything over than a comfortable away win.
Wakey have shown time and time again though that they can take on the top teams and pull of shocks wins but there were no signs of anything like that in their loss at Hull KR.
Score Prediction Warrington Wolves by 16