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Wakefield Trinity vs Warrington Wolves
Wakefield Trinity take on the Warrington Wolves from the 7th round of the 219 Super League season and the great news for fans of both teams is that you can watch all of the action live online via our Super League live streaming partners.
Wakefield are a team starting to find some form but they are also a team who have played their best rugby on the road this season. This will be a huge test for the home aside as they face one of the top teams in the league but it is a test they must face without their star winger Tom Johnstone, who is injured long term.
Warrington on the other hand are in great form and are looking good both at home and on the road but they did lost there last away game at the Dragons and will be looking to get back to winning ways and build on their dominant home form.
As two of the more attacking side in the comp, this is a game has all of the hallmarks of been one of the best of the round.
Wakefield have now won 3 of their last 4 matches whist Warrington have won 4 of their last 5.
At home, Wakefield are 1 from 3 this season whilst Warrington are 1 from 2 on the road.
Wakefield have been hit hard by injury and suspension as their star left side attacking threats of Bill Tupou and Tom Johnstone are both out injured whilst former captain Danny Kirmond is suspended.
Max Jowitt and Jordan Baldwinson are both named for the first time this season whilst Keegan Hirst is back in their 19 man squad.
The Wolves make just the 1 change with Harvey Livett replacing the suspended Ben Westwood.
If both of these 2 sides were at full strength we could have been all set for a match of the season candidate but unfortunately Wakefield are without 2 of their main attacking threats and that is likely going to prove the big difference in this one.
Last time Wakefield had Mason Caton-Brown to step into the berth left by Johnstone when he got injured but this year the home side are lacking in depth on the edges and that includes replacing Bill Tupou for this one- a player who had been there standout.
The Wolves are a top quality side, who have great strength in depth and most importantly they are a quality side full of confidence and that makes them a difficult opponent for any side.
Wakefield do have great team spirit, so we do expect them to make it tough for the Wolves but in the end that lack of threat from Wakey coupled with the extra quality of the Wolves will shine through and Warrington will ultimately run out relatively comfortable winners.
Score Prediction Warrington Wolves by 12