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Wakefield Wildcats v Warrington Wolves

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Wakefield
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    • Warrington
      10
    • Draw
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Which team will turn up??

Wildcats normally beat the wire!!!

Wildcats 22 Wolves 32

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Which team will turn up??

Wildcats normally beat the wire!!!

Wildcats 22 Wolves 32

I hope Wakefield win, that way they'll be a good following at Odsal a week on Sunday. :D

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Hopefully a Warrington win but it is never comfortable up there! I'd take any sort of win even by one.

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JDs last home game young Fox set for debut at centre cant see past a Wire win just want to see 100% from our lads that will do for me

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Which team will turn up??

Wildcats normally beat the wire!!!

Wildcats 22 Wolves 32

:O:huh:

Please win this one the Wires. Pleaaaase!

Dewch y Bleiddiaid! C'mon the Wolves!

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Trinity are in some real lousy form, and the way Warrington ripped apart the Catalans last Sunday could be an ominous sign of how this match will pan out.

Really can not see past a Warrington win and a comfortably one at that. The aggregate score of the last three matches involving Trinity is 28 for, 148 against, which tells it

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Sometimes sides slip up after the cup semi final wins so I am not counting on Wire to win here.

Be a tough game with Wakefield needing a win or their season ends.

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I won tickets to this game at our clubs awards night, got to go watch Wakey and some jumped up second rate pub team now :(

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I won tickets to this game at our clubs awards night, got to go watch Wakey and some jumped up second rate pub team now :(

You mean you have to watch warrington play some "jumped up second rate pub team." Don't you?

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I won tickets to this game at our clubs awards night, got to go watch Wakey and some jumped up second rate pub team now :(

now 3rd :lol::lol:

for now ;)

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You mean you have to watch warrington play some "jumped up second rate pub team." Don't you?

No.My post is correct.

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No.My post is correct.

You are obviously talking out of your arris then. Not a bad achievement for our pub team though,two cup finals on the run and fighting for 2nd place in the league ahead of the play offs!

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No.My post is correct.

wind up merchant....I'll save this post for the 28th August @ 4.10 ISH ;):P

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wind up merchant....I'll save this post for the 28th August @ 4.10 ISH ;):P

I bet he stays off here for at least a month then!

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You are obviously talking out of your arris then. Not a bad achievement for our pub team though,two cup finals on the run and fighting for 2nd place in the league ahead of the play offs!

Caught a big one here , reel it in.

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Caught a big one here , reel it in.

Blimmin huge barrel on here these days...just wish we had a barrel of laughs along with it :D

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Wakey really need a win now, we would be a massive scalp to get them out of their slump.

If we turn up secure in the knowledge we've got the play-offs place and Wembley in the can already, then we could be vulnerable.

Turn up knowing a win keeps the double alive, we could win by a few scores.

Tony will want to go into Wembley and the play-offs as a form team, winning momentum etc, so I expect he'll have kept party-mode limited and try to keep the team focussed on this week.

Wires by 16, if we turn up.

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hmmm...so it was at a similar stage last season when the wheels came off the league 'campaign'. finishing 2nd or 3rd doesn't really matter but we should still try and put some performances in.

wakey by 6.

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hmmm...so it was at a similar stage last season when the wheels came off the league 'campaign'. finishing 2nd or 3rd doesn't really matter but we should still try and put some performances in.

wakey by 6.

My worry too, mate.

Add the fact Wakey can still, on paper, sneak into the top 8, we could come a cropper.

I'll have it on Merseyside, if anyone wants updates.

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Wakey just fail to get to the ball before the dead-ball line.

From the re-start, Morley storms up the pitch, Briers kicks to Hicks on 3rd tackle, 4 points in the corner.

Westwood wide, 4-0 Wires.

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King backs up Riley, covering F/B for Mathers.

Westwood wide again, 8-0.

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Briers goes for early 40-20,deflected by wakey so Wires scrum anyway.

From the scrum, overlap made for King to stroll in out wide, Westwood keeps his 0% record, 12-0.

Edited by goldcard

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Cooke kicks between Briers and Riley, they both hesitate, Blanche didn't, try Wakey.

4-12, kick scuffed.

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