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John Drake

03/03/13 - Hull KR v Warrington Wolves - KO 3pm

Who will win?  

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Hull KR
      2
    • Warrington Wolves
      11
    • Draw
      1


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From what I've seen, Rovers' forwards try and get on top then try and have a breather which leads to them falling away a bit. If Wire's forwards can get the upper hand early on, this could be as embarrassing for KR as yesterday's game was for Hull FC.

(Expect Rovers to win in fine style now I've made that comment. :rolleyes: )

Eddie Hemmings called Mika 'Big Con' last week.

And people say he doesn't know what he's talking about.

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Yes, grateful if you could keep such comments to yourself. :dry:

Craig Hall's out for Rovers. That should knock 10-12 points of Warrington's anticipated total too.

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Craig Hall's out for Rovers. That should knock 10-12 points of Warrington's anticipated total too.

FFS, he's good for 10 missed tackles a game. At least Welham's still there.

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FFS, he's good for 10 missed tackles a game. At least Welham's still there.

That's more turnstiles than there are in the new stand.

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A few mins into 2nd half and it's 6-12 to Wire.

I want to know why Chris Riley dropped his first two passes in this game but was man of the bloody match last week. :angry:

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Rovers pen, 30m out Dobson goal perhaps? Aye, going for it.

Annoying slaphead nails it, 17 m from touch. 14-12 Rervers.

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Good golly miss Molly. It is hard to go to Hull twice in 2 weeks, especially with so many senior players missing. Nice easy win on Friday to get on track.

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From what I've seen, Rovers' forwards try and get on top then try and have a breather which leads to them falling away a bit. If Wire's forwards can get the upper hand early on, this could be as embarrassing for KR as yesterday's game was for Hull FC.

(Expect Rovers to win in fine style now I've made that comment. :rolleyes: )

Yes, grateful if you could keep such comments to yourself. :dry:

Apologies. :D

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