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Warrington Wolves v St Helens Preview
The Warrington Wolves welcome St Helens, their north west rivals to the Halliwell Jones Stadium for what is always one of the standout matches of the season in the Super League.
As well as local rivalry, the competition points on offer are also vastly important when these 2 meet as both clubs will be targeting trophies and success come the end of the season.
Whilst picking up wins against struggling teams is the bread and butter of these 2 clubs it is wins against the other top teams that will likely decide if they are set for success.
Not only do you pick up the points yourself but you of course also take points away from a rival but perhaps most importantly is that you gain a boost in confidence whilst you put a knock on your opponents.
Warrington lost their opening round game but that was away at Wigan and they also played over half the game with 12 men.
St Helens were dominant against Salford in a big win at home.
Warrington make just the 1 change for this one with youngster Ellis Robson replacing the suspended Chris Hill.
St Helens have been hit by injuries in the build up to this one, which has seen them make 2 changes.
Morgan Knowles and Tom Nisbet come in with both Lachlan Coote and Kyle Amor missing out.
The Halliwell Jones Stadium is one of the most modern and most atmospheric stadiums in the Super League.
With a mix of seating, standing and good corporate facilities, the stadium is a popular one with both home and away fans but perhaps best of all for a match of this stature, the stadium is great a providing the players with the best atmosphere to produce their best performances.
Whenever Saints are in town, the ground is packed out, helped by a huge following form St Helens and that just adds to what is a must see game form the Super League.
Warrington Wolves v St Helens 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.
Matches between Warrington and Saints are always difficult one to predict as both teams are full of so much quality.
After putting in a dominant display last time out, we all got to see that Saints are back to their best form the off whilst it was difficult to read to much into the Wolves performance as they were down to 12 men for much of it.
One thing that was noticeable about the Wire was the fact hat they were playing a much more open style which is something that defiantly plays into their hands but it s difficult to know if that was just down to the circumstances of last week or not.
One big change this week is the loss of Lachlan Coote, whilst he missed part of last week, Saints were in total control by then but they will be missing his leadership and organisation at the back in this one.
With that said we are going to back the home side for a narrow victory but this is one of those matches that could easily go either way.
Score Prediction Warrington Wolves by 4