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Wigan Warriors v Leeds Rhinos Preview
In our opinion every single game of Rugby League has the potential to be an incredible 80 minutes of entertainment there are some matches that stand out over the rest and elevates them into must see occasions.
One such match is the Wigan Warriors vs the Leeds Rhinos.
With 2 of the biggest supporters bases and 2 of the most successful clubs of the last half a century it is no surprise that this game stands out but it isn’t all about the history of the clubs, it is very much about the present day.
Both sides feature lots of quality across the park, from up and coming youngsters with a bright future ahead of them to seasoned internationals, both teams have great options across the park but perhaps the best aspect of any match up between Wigan and Leeds is the fact that you can never quite predict what will happen and the game will likely be in the balanced throughout and that, when mixed with the quality on both sides and the passion in the stands, is when the sport of Rugby League is at its very best.
The DW Stadium is the host of this blockbuster match up and whilst the ground can on occasion struggle to create an atmosphere due to the size of it, when full it is right up there as one of the best stadiums in the competition.
One match when you almost guarantee a great atmosphere is when the Rhinos are in town as they will have a big following and it is a game that home fans will target to make sure they are in attendance.
When you have a big and loud crowd you have you need for the players to play to the best of their ability and when you have so much quality across the board, we should be all set for a high quality 80 minutes of action.
Wigan Warriors v Leeds Rhinos 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.