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Posted by Marvin on Thu Sep 19, 2019 3:40 am
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GAME ON : Warrington Wolves v Castleford Tigers - 19:45:00

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Wire by 2 scores sounds about right
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Clearwing wrote:
Wire by 2 scores sounds about right


Based on them having lost their last how many games? If you're going on form then Cas should win, despite them not being overly impressive themselves.

I'm not convinced Wire will suddenly turn it on because it's the play-offs and I expect a close game with probably one score edging it.

4 points either way for me in a nervy affair.
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Based on them having lost their last how many games? If you're going on form then Cas should win, despite them not being overly impressive themselves.

I'm not convinced Wire will suddenly turn it on because it's the play-offs and I expect a close game with probably one score edging it.

4 points either way for me in a nervy affair.


I think the cup final proved that Wire can switch it on when they need to. I'm not sure Cas have that extra gear needed for big games.
Posted by Tigerade on Thu Sep 19, 2019 8:56 am
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Wire win for me. Tigers simply not creating enough scoring chances. Austin will have a field day. Warrington by 16.
Posted by SaleSlim on Thu Sep 19, 2019 11:23 am
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I think the cup final proved that Wire can switch it on when they need to. I'm not sure Cas have that extra gear needed for big games.


So why have they not bothered for 2 months in the league then?

I'll be honest I didn't see the CC final but having seen Salford beat Wire 3 times this season and lose twice to Saints I can only hazard a guess that Saints had an off day (I'm sure Wire probably played out of their skins as well).

I'm just not remotely convinced that Wire are that great a team tbh and whilst Cas aren't a patch on their team of 2/3 years back I think people are writing them off far too easily (as they're doing with Salford as well).
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Posted by moving on... on Thu Sep 19, 2019 11:43 am
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SaleSlim wrote:
So why have they not bothered for 2 months in the league then?

I'll be honest I didn't see the CC final but having seen Salford beat Wire 3 times this season and lose twice to Saints I can only hazard a guess that Saints had an off day (I'm sure Wire probably played out of their skins as well).

I'm just not remotely convinced that Wire are that great a team tbh and whilst Cas aren't a patch on their team of 2/3 years back I think people are writing them off far too easily (as they're doing with Salford as well).



Salford win a few games and now their fans think they're an authority in RL :lol:

your winning run included Catalans, Leeds, FC, KR and Huddersfield. you played ourselves 5 days after Wembley. Id love to see how a Salford side would fair after a Wembley final, with a five day turn around and 6 of your starting 17 rested :lol: I wouldn't read too much into you 'form' :SUBMISSION:
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moving on... wrote:
Salford win a few games and now their fans think they're an authority in RL :lol:

your winning run included Catalans, Leeds, FC, KR and Huddersfield. you played ourselves 5 days after Wembley. Id love to see how a Salford side would fair after a Wembley final, with a five day turn around and 6 of your starting 17 rested :lol: I wouldn't read too much into you 'form' :SUBMISSION:


I think you need to give Salford a little credit. They finished 3rd in the table, above Warrington. Warrington's slide happened well before Wembley so even if you take away the 1 game after Wembley, I still think Salford would have come very close to finishing 3rd while spending significantly less money than Warrington.
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Think Warrington will find some play off form, cas win against a poor Hull flattered them. Think Warrington will start pickup momentum and maybe get to GF
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