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Posted by rubber duckie on Thu Nov 01, 2018 9:04 am
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Here's my prediction

1. Warrington W
2. Wakefield T
3. St Helens
4. Castleford T
5. Hull FC
6. Wigan W
7. Leeds R
8. Huddersfield G
9. Salford RD
10.Catalan D
11.Hull KR
12.London B
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Posted by Uncle Rico on Thu Nov 01, 2018 9:19 am
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A very bold prediction at the top with only one of the big three in it. I think Catalans will be higher up the league, top 6 although I think you've got the Salford Rubber Ducks about right in 8
Posted by Lord Tony Smith on Thu Nov 01, 2018 9:42 am
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1. Warrington
2. St Helens
3. Wigan
4. Castleford
5. Leeds
6. Catalans
7. Wakefield
8. Hull FC
9. Huddersfield
10. Salford
11. Hull KR
12. London
Posted by Wires71 on Thu Nov 01, 2018 9:51 am
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GF to include 2 from Wigan Saints Leeds Warrington.
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Posted by rubber duckie on Thu Nov 01, 2018 11:27 am
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Uncle Rico wrote:
A very bold prediction at the top with only one of the big three in it. I think Catalans will be higher up the league, top 6 although I think you've got the Salford Rubber Ducks about right in 8

My theory is based on the returning system where wins all season do really matter because there is no 6 7 8 cushion.
You don't make 5 then out.
So I'm looking a squad depth as the backbone of consistency...I think Wire and now Wakey who have bought big men and released no one. They realise that it was only forward depth that kept them a win off 4th.
So they were already a top 5 team. Hull FC have depth but had bad luck being hit on all areas of the spine...they'll not be so poor with those class middle backs in.

Catalans whole top challenge will rely on Tomkins and that constant flying didn't suit him in NZ.
Tbh I don't think there's much between 8 9 10. They could finish anywhere between themselves.
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Posted by Lord Tony Smith on Thu Nov 01, 2018 11:29 am
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Leeds will be back next season. They've signed well and have a top class coach.
Posted by rubber duckie on Thu Nov 01, 2018 11:32 am
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Lord Tony Smith wrote:
Leeds will be back next season. They've signed well and have a top class coach.

I'd have gone Leeds over Wigan if SOL hadn't resigned.
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Posted by Lord Tony Smith on Thu Nov 01, 2018 11:47 am
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I'd have gone Leeds over Wigan if SOL hadn't resigned.

Why? He'll be injured for over half of the games and is on the decline.
Posted by Fantastic Mr Catpiss on Thu Nov 01, 2018 12:55 pm
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Lord Tony Smith wrote:
Leeds will be back next season. They've signed well and have a top class coach.



I disagree, i think the leeds mystique has well and truly burst, they need to rebuild and start from scratch now, whilst we weren't a champion side in 17, we were still a capable team underperforming(severely) i think leeds' team is just broken, and is going to need a lot of work.
Posted by Wires71 on Thu Nov 01, 2018 1:16 pm
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Why? He'll be injured for over half of the games and is on the decline.


I would have SOL as our 13 and captain any day of the week for 2019. Proven winner and proven winning captain.
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