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05/05/13 - Huddersfield Giants v Warrington Wolves - KO 3pm

Who will win?   16 members have voted

  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Huddersfield Giants
      8
    • Warrington Wolves
      6
    • Draw
      2

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Referee: B Thaler

Touch Judge: R Hicks

Touch Judge: C Kendall

Reserve: G Dolan

Match Commissioner: I McGregor

In Goal: A Sweet

In Goal: T Hudson

Time Keeper: C Morris

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Too close to call

Home advantage might just sneak it

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Very close game beckons.

 

Hopefully, the Giants forwards can do the job that the Bulls pack didn't manage last week.

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Easily my favourite away game, this. I expect a huge and close battle, won and lost in the kicking game perhaps... we blow hot and cold in that area without Briers.

 

Anyone know if under 9s still get in free? They have done for the last few seasons.

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It's under 12's who get in for free and yes that's still the case. There are stewards walking around the ground giving tickets away to under 12's.

Easily my favourite away game, this. I expect a huge and close battle, won and lost in the kicking game perhaps... we blow hot and cold in that area without Briers.

 

Anyone know if under 9s still get in free? They have done for the last few seasons.

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Very tough game this, not least because we handed them a spanking in the rain pre-Easter. Any sort of a win here would be a terrific indication that we're picking up the pace in 2013, but Huddersfield will rightly fancy their chances at home.

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This one's too close to call.  Could go either way but much will depend on Brough's form.

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Could be the game of the round IMO

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Easily my favourite away game, this. I expect a huge and close battle, won and lost in the kicking game perhaps... we blow hot and cold in that area without Briers.

 

Anyone know if under 9s still get in free? They have done for the last few seasons.

Lots going on for kids from 1pm -

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Double post.

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Good test for Huddersfield. If they can back up their win last week at Catalans, they could be the real deal this season.

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It's going to be a great game.

I can't see Warrington losing, given the margin of victory before Easter, but I thought the Giants would be toast after going down to 12 men last week.

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I have a tiny suspicion that the Giants basically wrote off the game away to Wire before Easter, wanting to focus on other games

That said I am also worried our current focus will be very much on the cup game v Leeds

And given Faiumu's injury we are light on Hookers

So, that's got the excuses in :D

So long as we put in the effort I'll be happy.

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This is a big game for the Giants, We have had a couple of good results against Wolves in the last few seasons, But it would be fair to say we have had by far the worst of it, If we were to get this one i would rate it easily as good as the Catalan game.

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Warrington squad: Ryan Atkins, Danny Bridge, Garreth Carvell, Mike Cooper, Ben Currie, Simon Grix, Micky Higham, Chris Hill, Brett Hodgson, Joel Monaghan, Michael Monaghan, Richie Myler, Stefan Ratchford, Chris Riley, Glenn Riley, Trent Waterhouse, Ben Westwood, Rhys Williams, Paul Wood.

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Huddersfield squad: Scott Grix, Leroy Cudjoe, Jermain McGillvary, Danny Brough, Luke Robinson, Eorl Crabtree, Shaun Lunt, Craig Kopczak, Michael Lawrence, Larne Patrick, Jason Chan, Ukuma Ta'ai, Aaron Murphy, Jamie Cording, Dale Ferguson, Anthony Mullally, Matty Dawson, Ben Blackmore, Kruise Leeming.

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i think you'll see wire step on the gas a little more over the next few weeks. The signs were there in defence last week. This will be very tough though, wire by 6

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I'm glad they didn't

If we're rubbish (which is typical of us when a game is important) then there won't be too many see it lol

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History favours wire in this fixture but it's quite possible they could turn up half asleep

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