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15/03/14 - London Broncos v Wakefield Trinity Wildcats KO 3pm

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15/03/14 - London Broncos v Wakefield Trinity Wildcats KO 3pm
 

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Both teams improving but Wakefield look to have that bit more ability everywhere across the pitch.

London 14 V 34 Wakefield

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If London play as they did in the first half against Warrington, then they may have a chance; if they play as they did in the second half, then Wakey will have another easy victory.  I'll go for something in the middle: Broncos 16, Trinity 28.

 

For the third consecutive time, the Broncos home match coincides with the 6 Nations.  Is there a conspiracy to keep their crowds as low as possible?

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What is this '6 Nations' people speak of? Sounds like a confederation of tribes of Plains Indians. Anyway....will be taking my first visit to see the Broncos this season. Expect nowt but defeat. Nothing different than usual then. Am heartened by accounts of how this years team are all actually trying their hardest so maybe, just maybe....

Laaaaaaahndan!

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Expect Wildcats to win but I'm going to keep on tipping London v the other clubs towards the bottom. I'm bound to be right one week (maybe).

 

London 20-Wakefield 14

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London improving but were woeful at Widnes in the first game but plenty of new recruits since.

Wakefield should have too much. Wakey by 10

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Season defining game for both clubs - Both of which see this as a must win game.

 

Last week London were in uncharted territory being ahead by 2 (note readers) at the half. As Sniffer said afterward,s with a young team it changed the mind set over the break as the players tried to protect the lead rather than executing the game plan that got them the lead in the first place.

 

Coaches, Players and fans can do  nothing about the ongoing farce that is the off field death throes of the London Broncos. What you can do is control the controllables which is your performance on the field. London are getting better and the players have every incentive to perform well this season as win or lose how a player performs will determine whether he can pick up a gig elsewhere for next season.

 

As for Wakey, I still rate Richard Agar as a coach even at the risk of incurring an ill wind from chilly humberside, but Wakey have had their fare share of crises and if London take the lead this time in the second half prior to the final hooter, I feel I will return to the real land of plenty at Heathrow in time to read of a Broncos win.

 

London by 2

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Last week London were in uncharted territory being ahead by 2 (note readers) at the half. As Sniffer said afterward,s with a young team it changed the mind set over the break as the players tried to protect the lead rather than executing the game plan that got them the lead in the first place.

 

More down to Wire I'd say. Broncos being two points up on a strong side at the break was a fantastic performance and as good as can be expected. Wire were capable of much better and did much better in the 2nd half, London weren't they'd already played their best.

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London's right side defence sounds dire.

 

Can Rea actually coach defence? 

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What's left of London's fanbase should demand a change in coach IMO.  Their defensive effort is pathetic and this is an entirely different team from last year, which also had pathetic defence.  If London started to aim high rather than accept mediocre then perhaps they would start to win games.  This was a winnable game for them but they are just not at the races.

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What's left of London's fanbase should demand a change in coach IMO.  Their defensive effort is pathetic and this is an entirely different team from last year, which also had pathetic defence.  If London started to aim high rather than accept mediocre then perhaps they would start to win games.  This was a winnable game for them but they are just not at the races.

hmmm...maybe but any credit for Wakefield who certainly played very well last week and sound like they're doing the same again today.

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6 -34

 

Mathers with a hat trick

Sammut misses the conversion "Boo"

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Collis scores a superb try to ruin my 14 - 34 pre match prediction

 

12 - 40

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sounds like there's a good 400 strong following from Wakefield yet the attendance is just 1,017

 

not good

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Solomona gets his second try

 

Pita Godinet gets his fifth interception in as many games, three of which he's scored himself and a 4th was scored by Fox

 

16 - 46

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