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John Drake

14/03/14 - Wigan Warriors v Hull Kingston Rovers KO 8pm (Sky Sports)

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    • Wigan Warriors
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    • Hull Kingston Rovers
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Two poor sides here IMO.

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Hull KR hit the front almost before Phil Clarke can finish telling us how superior Wigan are.

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Hull KR are poorly coached but have a half decent set of forwards and half backs who can organise and kick well.

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Kr were starting to boss the game but in that last set Wigan were so quick at the ptb and made yards for fun....could be a decent arm wrestle this...

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Hull KR walk in again. Charnley has been very poor this season that was a shocking read. Great ball by Keating though.

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to quote stevo... 'this defence is at sixes and sevens'... What has happened to Wigan?

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Hull KR walk in again. Charnley has been very poor this season that was a shocking read. Great ball by Keating though.

I would agree that Charnley has had a shocker but he was hung out to dry by his team-mates there.

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Shocking defence on show tonight. Costigan should hold his head in shame for missing that tackle on Thornley.

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Huge problems down the right for Wigan. They aren't half as organised as they have been. Maybe people will start to realise what Tomkins actually brought to the Wigan side.

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Who's the centre on the right hand side running round like headless chicken?

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Two poor sides here IMO.

Yes but it does give some weight to the argument that an old fashioned relegation battle can make for an exciting game.

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Very harsh that. Correct call by the letter of the law but it had zero impact on the try.

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I am genuinely shocked how poor Wigan have been in ALL departments.

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Looked like obstruction in live play confirmed in replay.

2 poor teams perhaps not. Rovers despite all the injuries and inconsistent suspensions have held Leeds to 6-6 at h/t, drawn away at Huddersfield, matched Cas for 50 mins, and held Saints 12 - 12 after 40, and are now up at halftime away at Wigan.

Wigan have matched the NRLs best for most of the playing minutes and didn't disgrace us then have lost out in the last minute to the top team....Cas.

Not the best teams currently but not the worst. Look at who they have played not the end results!

Live in hope for the Rovers in the next 40 mins.

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Wigan are mid table at best on this showing

 

Mid table would be a successful season, by all accounts.

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Looked like obstruction in live play confirmed in replay.

2 poor teams perhaps not. Rovers despite all the injuries and inconsistent suspensions have held Leeds to 6-6 at h/t, drawn away at Huddersfield, matched Cas for 50 mins, and held Saints 12 - 12 after 40, and are now up at halftime away at Wigan.

Wigan have matched the NRLs best for most of the playing minutes and didn't disgrace us then have lost out in the last minute to the top team....Cas.

Not the best teams currently but not the worst. Look at who they have played not the end results!

Live in hope for the Rovers in the next 40 mins.

Hull KR struggling with injuries and suspensions? Apart from Ade Gardner on the wing don't they have their strongest 1 - 15 out based on squad numbers?

Wigan were never in the game against the Roosters, even though they played poorly by their standards.

Both defences are bare thin and full of misreads. Both have average packs and half backs who can kick and run plays but apart from that they don't have much about them. Wigan will finish higher due to having better backs and a better coach.

Both sides will be no where near the top come the end of the season.

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Very harsh that. Correct call by the letter of the law but it had zero impact on the try.

No option but to disallow it under the current interpretation but that's the problem. The current interpretation is far too dogmatic.

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Great try for Wigan...when they get a quick ptb, Logan tomkins can get them moving at pace

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Injuries throughout season to date not just tonight.

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Looks to be a cracking signing, Keating....great with ball in hand and not bad territorial kicker

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