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Posted by Salty on Sun Oct 08, 2017 4:21 pm
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Cas favourites and I would agree with that.
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I wouldn't.
Posted by NickyKiss on Sun Oct 08, 2017 6:26 pm
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Wide open next year and until teams have completed their recruitment it's tough to say who'll be favourites. Player recruitment seems to be getting later and later nowadays so there will be plenty of business yet.

How will Cas recover? How will Leeds cope without McGuire/Burrow? Will Hull be the same minus Ellis and Fonua? Will Wire bounce back? Will we sign a halfback and the forwards learn to go forward?

Whisper it quietly but I think Saints look settled and strong. If they can get a couple of quality back rowers and somebody to ease the burden on Roby I think they're a good shout under the new coach.
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I can't see Saints, Wire or Wigan having seasons as bad as the last so I reckon top 4 will be close next season. Add Hull, Leeds and Cas to those and it should be very close indeed!
Posted by Salty on Sun Oct 08, 2017 6:47 pm
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Wide open next year and until teams have completed their recruitment it's tough to say who'll be favourites. Player recruitment seems to be getting later and later nowadays so there will be plenty of business yet.

How will Cas recover? How will Leeds cope without McGuire/Burrow? Will Hull be the same minus Ellis and Fonua? Will Wire bounce back? Will we sign a halfback and the forwards learn to go forward?

Whisper it quietly but I think Saints look settled and strong. If they can get a couple of quality back rowers and somebody to ease the burden on Roby I think they're a good shout under the new coach.


Some good questions there...and...Saints are second favourites.
Posted by Ashton Bears on Sun Oct 08, 2017 7:17 pm
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Sky bet.

Wigan 7/2
St Helens 4/1
Castleford 9/2

Hull FC 11/2
Leeds 6/1
Warrington 7/1

Huddersfield 12/1
Wakefield 40/1
Catalans 50/1

Salford 66/1
Hull KR 100/1
Widnes 100/1
Posted by RichieS on Sun Oct 08, 2017 7:21 pm
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Warrington at 7/1 with a new coach and some decent recruitment looks like good value...
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Posted by Bigredwarrior on Sun Oct 08, 2017 7:32 pm
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Ashton Bears wrote:
Sky bet.

Wigan 7/2
St Helens 4/1
Castleford 9/2

Hull FC 11/2
Leeds 6/1
Warrington 7/1

Huddersfield 12/1
Wakefield 40/1
Catalans 50/1

Salford 66/1
Hull KR 100/1
Widnes 100/1


How on earth do they make Wigan favourites? They must know something I don't! I'd put Saints, Leeds, Hull & Cas above us at this moment and Wire very close!
Posted by Ashton Bears on Sun Oct 08, 2017 7:33 pm
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Challenge Cup Sky Bet.

Castleford 4/1
St Helens 9/2
Wigan 5/1

Leeds 11/2
Warrington 6/1
Hull FC 13/2

Salford 20/1
Huddersfield 20/1
Catalans 25/1

Wakefield 33/1
Leigh 33/1
Widnes 40/1

Hull KR 50/1
Toronto 66/1
London Broncos 100/1

Featherstone 150/1
Halifax 250/1
Toulouse 250/1
Posted by Wigan6/Leeds1 Andy on Sun Oct 08, 2017 7:43 pm
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All those Cas prices are likely to rise tomorrow.
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