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Posted by Frosties. on Sun Jul 21, 2019 7:01 pm
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Huddersfield (-87 - 18) - Leeds H, Salford A, Hull FC A, Castleford H, St Helens A, Catalan H.

Wakefield (-107 - 18) - St Helens A, Hull FC H, Hull KR A, Wigan H, Warrington A, London H.

Leeds (-102 - 16) - Huddersfield A, Catalan H, St Helens H, London A, Salford H, Warrington H.

Hull KR (-188 - 16) - Castleford H, Wigan A, Wakefield H, Catalan A, London H, Salford A

London (-220 - 16) - Salford H, Castleford A, Catalan A, Leeds H, Hull KR A, Wakefield A.

Who is going to drop?
Posted by ricardo07 on Sun Jul 21, 2019 7:06 pm
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Posted by NickyKiss on Sun Jul 21, 2019 7:11 pm
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I was so surprised with Wakefield’s lack of fight at our place Thursday night. I expected a tough game but they didn’t look up for it at all and that must be concerning. I look at their fixtures and it’s tough to see where the next win comes from with some real swings in teams form. I don’t think they’ll need too many wins as I’d still have London as faves for the drop but it could go to that last day.
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On form probably Wakefield as they aren’t even close to winning a game at the moment and their fixture list is the toughest although London still have that points difference problem that could still be costly.

A week off now for all could change what we see performance wise from any of those teams. Hudds and London probably would like to keep the momentum going from their wins, the other a good time to regroup.
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Posted by Charlie Sheen on Sun Jul 21, 2019 7:18 pm
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The London vs Wakey game could well turn out to this seasons million pound game.
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You misplaced the word interesting for contrived.
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Charlie Sheen wrote:
The London vs Wakey game could well turn out to this seasons million pound game.


It could. But it might also be another team who goes down as a result of that game.

Say Wakefield or London are safe by then, but the other team need to win to finish above Leeds/Huddersfield/Hull KR. It'll be a tense end to the season at the bottom.
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Posted by ThePrinter on Sun Jul 21, 2019 7:46 pm
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It could. But it might also be another team who goes down as a result of that game.

Say Wakefield or London are safe by then, but the other team need to win to finish above Leeds/Huddersfield/Hull KR. It'll be a tense end to the season at the bottom.


If Wakey are safe by the final game and London need to win to leapfrog Leeds then I expect to see Wakey send out the u19’s.

Will be interesting to see what lineup Saints send to Leeds the week before the CC Final.
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Posted by Cokey on Sun Jul 21, 2019 7:51 pm
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If Wakey are safe by the final game and London need to win to leapfrog Leeds then I expect to see Wakey send out the u19’s.

Will be interesting to see what lineup Saints send to Leeds the week before the CC Final.


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I think it will be Hull KR .
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