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Warrington Wolves v Wakefield Trinity Preview
The Warrington Wolves take on the Wakefield Trinity in a match up that could have a huge say on things at both ends of the table.
The big spending Wolves are the complete opposite of Trinity as they have the large stadium, a big fanbase and superstar players from across the globe.
Wakefield on the other hand have a dump of a stadium, a relatively small fanbase and a team made up mostly of journeyman players and youngsters that they have brought through their youth ranks.
It will be no surprise there fore that the big spending hosts are the big favourites for many in this one but as Wakefield have shown time and time again, on their day they can and do defeat anybody in the Super League.
The Halliwell Jones Stadium is home of the Wolves and host of this game and what a fantastic home venue it is.
The modern stadium is one of the best rugby specific stadiums in the country and offers all that you could ever want from a sport stadium including good corporate facilities as well as a mix of seating and standard areas for fans with the bulk of the Wire home faithful stood down the side touchline, the ground helps create a fantastic atmosphere for every match.
Warrington Wolves v Wakefield Trinity 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
As two of the founding clubs in the sport and with both teams enjoying long periods of success throughout their existence, it is perhaps surprising that there are been little in the way of major match ups between the 2 sides throughout the years.