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Posted by Captain Hook on Thu Mar 21, 2019 12:09 pm
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homme vaste wrote:
With TJ, Tupou and Kirmond out, everything tells me Wakefield will get beat tonight, which is why I am going for a Wakefield win.

Wakefield by 10.

This is avery interesting place, what score would you have predicted if those 2 were playing?
Just my opinions unless it's a FACT, in which case it's a fact.
Posted by homme vaste on Thu Mar 21, 2019 12:33 pm
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Captain Hook wrote:
This is avery interesting place, what score would you have predicted if those 2 were playing?


I`m not too sure you get my point do you, as a Wakefield fan, the majority of the time we seem to lose the games we are certainly expected to win and whenever we seem to have very little chance in a game we come away with the win a lot the time hence my comment.

To answer your question, I think we would have a better chance of winning with Tupou, Johnstone and Kirmond in the squad yes. A 10 point win was something I was throwing out there as I think we will win against the odds and have given a figure?
Posted by Cats13 on Thu Mar 21, 2019 12:37 pm
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I dunno, there are exceptions to the rules - stick Catalans best four players in the team (whoever they are) and they are still nothing.
Posted by JonnoTheGreat on Thu Mar 21, 2019 12:44 pm
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If Warrington play anything close to their best they'll utterly wipe the floor with Wakefield who aren't really all that good and even struggled to see off a very poor Catalan side in a hugely dull game the last time I seen them play.
Posted by King Street Cat on Thu Mar 21, 2019 12:44 pm
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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:
I am hoping that Warrington give the other mob a good old hiding. Wakefield are overrated. Take out David Fifita, William Tupou, Thomas Johnstone, and Daniel Brough and you will find that Wakefield are nothing.


Good god, man. Take 4 key, first choice players out of any team in the league and they'd struggle. It's nearly a third of the starting team.
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Posted by homme vaste on Thu Mar 21, 2019 12:47 pm
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If Warrington play anything close to their best they'll utterly wipe the floor with Wakefield who aren't really all that good and even struggled to see off a very poor Catalan side in a hugely dull game the last time I seen them play.


Here he is :D
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homme vaste wrote:
Here he is :D


More restrained than usual. He must be in a good mood. Favourite lessons at school today maybe? :KATA:
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homme vaste wrote:
I`m not too sure you get my point do you, as a Wakefield fan, the majority of the time we seem to lose the games we are certainly expected to win and whenever we seem to have very little chance in a game we come away with the win a lot the time hence my comment.

To answer your question, I think we would have a better chance of winning with Tupou, Johnstone and Kirmond in the squad yes. A 10 point win was something I was throwing out there as I think we will win against the odds and have given a figure?

You're absolutely right, I didn't get your point, and I'm not sure I do now.
Are you saying that with Tupou, Johnstone and Kirmond in your team you expected to lose, but with them out you expect to win?
Just my opinions unless it's a FACT, in which case it's a fact.
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Captain Hook wrote:
You're absolutely right, I didn't get your point, and I'm not sure I do now.
Are you saying that with Tupou, Johnstone and Kirmond in your team you expected to lose, but with them out you expect to win?


When Wakefield go into a game as favourites, they usually blow it spectacularly. A game like tonight where it looks like we could be on the end of a hiding, is the kind of game where we'll put in a performance, and either win or come very close to winning.

To put it in simple terms, the underdog tag suits us better than the favourites tag.
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Posted by wrencat1873 on Thu Mar 21, 2019 3:26 pm
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JonnoTheGreat wrote:
If Warrington play anything close to their best they'll utterly wipe the floor with Wakefield who aren't really all that good and even struggled to see off a very poor Catalan side in a hugely dull game the last time I seen them play.


We love you Jonno :KISS:

Yes, the game against Catalan wasn't the best but, apart from the Injuries to Johnstone and Toupu, Trinity did ok last week and the try by Hampshire was pure quality:
Just in case you missed it, take a look: https://www.skysports.com/watch/video/s ... -wakefield
Hope you enjoy it :D
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