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Warrington Wolves v Catalans Dragons Preview
The Warrington Wolves welcome the Catalans Dragons from the South of France to the North West of England for a match up between 2 talented but unpredictable teams.
On paper, these 2 squads are amongst the strongest in Super League and when they play at there fluid best they are both a match for anybody but both have shown that on any given match day they can switch off and that they can play as a team well below par but that just adds more intrigue and unpredictability to this game.
When you have two teams of the quality of these you can be sure of a couple of things. Firstly you will likely get a great moment of skill from the attacking stars both have and with the huge forward sin both side you can be assured of massive hits.
Whilst that makes for an entertaining game, when it comes to these 2 side sit will likely be the team can produces the fewer errors that comes out on top as that is often the downfall for both.
The Halliwell Jones Stadium is host for this game and what a home ground it is for Warrington.
Just about the perfect size and with a great mix of corporate, modern standing and seating section the ground has everything you could want as a fan in the modern era.
Whilst the main group of Warrington fans are found under the camera, and therefore not picked up until replays, they do create a great atmosphere which not only comes across well on tv but it is also the perfect setting for the players to give there all and to give us 80 minutes of action.
Warrington Wolves v Catalans Dragons 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.