Posted 10 May 2014 - 01:05 PM
Wakefield are currently 8 points clear of Bradford, if they win 4 of their remaining 15 games it will mean Bradford have to win half of the games they have left to play which isn't going to happen.
Wakefield have a disproportionate number of home games remaining including London, Widnes, Hull, Hull KR and Salford which are all winnable matches so another 4 wins is more than achievable.
Bradford could, although shouldn't IMO, get points back which would make their task more possible. it's also possible that Wakefield could win 6 or 7 games and that would put Salford in Bradford's sights rather than Trinity.