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Warrington Wolves v Castleford Tigers Preview
The Warrington Wolves welcome the Castleford Tigers to the Halliwell Jones Stadium for this matchup between 2 of the most exciting teams on their day in the Super League.
Both the Wolves and the Tigers have star studded squads and whilst you have to say that the Wolves have more flair in their squad and perhaps have the most threats across the park, the Tigers aren’t far behind and they are a much more solid team where every player knows exactly what their role is.
The big spending Wolves go into every game with the pressure to win on them whilst the Tigers have now developed into a club that put pressure on themselves to win very game and that sets this one up to be not just a fascinating game but one that should be exciting from start to finish.
The Halliwell Jones Stadium, home to the Warrington Wolves, is one of the best rugby stadiums in the country and perhaps even in the world.
With a great mix of corporate facilities and seating and standing areas, the ground is well set to give fans exactly what they want.
From a player and neutral point of view, the Warrington crowd give a great atmosphere, especially for a big match like this one and that gives the players the best setting to perform to their very best and to give us a great 80 minutes of action.
Warrington Wolves v Castleford Tigers 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.
Score Prediction Coming Soon
Despite these 2 been amongst the oldest and most successful clubs in the sports history, there have been few big matches to take place between the 2 sides.
One match that did carry some extra weight came in Super League XXIV when Castleford defeated Warrington 14-12 in the play-off elimination final.