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Re: Saints away : Sat May 07, 2022 6:31 pm  
the cal train wrote:
Two potential big scalps coming up but can see Saints rallying after a tough loss.

We have a big opportunity to win the next 2 games. Wigan and especially saints look busted
Re: Saints away : Sat May 07, 2022 6:32 pm  
Re: Saints away : Sat May 07, 2022 6:40 pm  
mwindass wrote:
We do indeed.

On Wigan, our new full back looks wasted on the wing.


yes,but he is not fast enough for our team
Re: Saints away : Sat May 07, 2022 7:41 pm  
Lomax playing with a ruptured bicep.Not sure how advisable that is.
Re: Saints away : Sat May 07, 2022 8:04 pm  
Mrs Barista wrote:
Lomax playing with a ruptured bicep.Not sure how advisable that is.


Exactly. Risk and reward. It's a gamble but certain coaches have nothing to lose if they are leaving at the end of the season. Or maybe even before.
Re: Saints away : Sat May 07, 2022 10:07 pm  
we need to be quick out the blocks v saints, hopefully they will have cup hangover :PRAY: will Lomax being rested for this one? Saints know come finals time, they will be up there, like us they seem to be short on halves atm
Re: Saints away : Sun May 08, 2022 7:45 am  
Let's not get too excited. When was the last time we beat Saints? 2017?

They pushed a strong Wigan team all the way. Even without Dodd and Lomax they're still the bench mark team. We'll have to give an 8/9 out of 10 performance, and have some luck to get something
Re: Saints away : Sun May 08, 2022 9:21 am  
mwindass wrote:
Let's not get too excited. When was the last time we beat Saints? 2017?

They pushed a strong Wigan team all the way. Even without Dodd and Lomax they're still the bench mark team. We'll have to give an 8/9 out of 10 performance, and have some luck to get something

Roby is still utter class. All eyes on the league now for them, and home advantage. Seems like we"ll have a few back - Gale, Grub. swift, Vulikijapani - so that might help (or not - seem to have played better with makeshift halfback pairings). Any news on McNamara?
Re: Saints away : Sun May 08, 2022 9:53 am  
Mrs Barista wrote:
Roby is still utter class. All eyes on the league now for them, and home advantage. Seems like we"ll have a few back - Gale, Grub. swift, Vulikijapani - so that might help (or not - seem to have played better with makeshift halfback pairings). Any news on McNamara?


Think it was a week by week thing with McNamara. Its just a waiting game till his back settles down
Re: Saints away : Tue May 10, 2022 5:53 am  
Mrs Barista wrote:
Roby is still utter class. All eyes on the league now for them, and home advantage. Seems like we"ll have a few back - Gale, Grub. swift,i - so that might help (or not - seem to have played better with makeshift halfback pairings). Any news on McNamara?


I'd have all of those returning in the team apart from Reynolds, who looks unfit and cannot tackle, which against Saints would be suicidal with their intensity and backing up. Vulikijapani looked very good during his recent stints at centre and his defensive play has improved greatly this season.
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