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16/03/14 - Castleford Tigers v Hull FC KO 3.30pm

Who will win?   7 members have voted

  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Castleford Tigers
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    • Hull FC
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16/03/14 - Castleford Tigers v Hull FC KO 3.30pm
 

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Hull to emerge victorious against this season's surprise pacesetters.

Cas22 Hull FC 30.

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Think there might be a hangover from the Wigan game for the Tigers, I'll go with Hull to nick it.

 

Cas 22-Hull 24

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Cas very competent at present. Powell's teams always hard to beat . Hull blow hot and cold.

Cas by 6

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Cas are superbly coached and have a great spine. Sadly, much as I like them and think they'll win plenty, FC aren't and don't. I think Cas will win comfortably.

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Cas are superbly coached and have a great spine. Sadly, much as I like them and think they'll win plenty, FC aren't and don't. I think Cas will win comfortably.

Maybe.

 

But we won't walk like Wigan fans do.

 

;)  :biggrin:

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After the buzz of last week it would be great to see a 10k crowd at Cas for this game. Hard to call as many watchers and Hull fans are yet to make their minds up about how they will go this season.

 

I am edging towards a narrow Cas win.

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expecting a crowd in excess of 10,000 tomorrow so should be an amazing day in the sun!

 

Not feeling confident as we never ever win 5 on the bounce and to be honest if we are to lose our unbeaten record I hope it's this wek and not eek after against Rangi and Salford

 

Hull by 10

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Maybe.

 

But we won't walk like Wigan fans do.

 

;)  :biggrin:[

My plan may have back fired...

It'll be so tightly packed, nobody will be able to get out even if they want to.

If there are over 10k there tomorrow, wouldn't it make sense to build a bigger new stadium?

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My plan may have back fired...

It'll be so tightly packed, nobody will be able to get out even if they want to.

If there are over 10k there tomorrow, wouldn't it make sense to build a bigger new stadium?

get over yourself and stop feeling victimised.

you post some cracking stuff on this forum and always very balanced in your views which is why I always have time for you, but this pathetic "victim" playing about the "Wigan Walk" is embarrassing....

inbreeds

unwashed

the ginners

All 3 used regularly to describe Cas fans - it's banter

Go and have a pint and come back as your normal self

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Once I get off the paracetamol I'll be much better.

On Cas' stadium, seriously, why not go for 14k?

They have always been able to get 5 figure crowds, and crowds generally go up in new stadia, so isn't 10k going to be too small?

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Dont think cas have a choice its getting built for us free of charge with the steps in place to upgrade it if we need to, which will be possible once Wheldon rd sold.

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After the buzz of last week it would be great to see a 10k crowd at Cas for this game. Hard to call as many watchers and Hull fans are yet to make their minds up about how they will go this season.

 

I am edging towards a narrow Cas win.

I think we've been waiting for this one before we start to form an opinion on how Hull will go. Results have gone pretty much as you would expect so far but we're looking at this game as a bit of an acid test.

 

I'm reasonably optimistic Hull will take it. I think the Hull pack will give Houghton, Heremaia and Horne the space they need to put Castleford on the back foot. Having said that, I expect Castleford to play with great tempo and have us scrambling at times.

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Should be the game of the round, I'm going for Hull to nick it, Cas are going great and are well capable of taking it, but no team wins them all and iv'e been tipping Hull to hit the straps for so long now, I don't want them to do it when i haven't pick them to win. I'll be happy for Cas to win it but I'm sticking with Hull by one score.

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I think Cas will have to revert to their attritional defence (which was lacking in their game against Wigan, judging by the final score) as well as playing their attacking structures otherwise Hull will beat them. 

 

I've nothing against Hull FC but I rather like being in a leadership race with Cas so I hope they win on this occasion.  (That will all change if Saints lose to Wakey next weekend!)

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It's absolutely mad in the "Boot Room" today, gonna be a decent crowd by the look of it.

Rumours of a sell out....

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Early try for Hull, swift reply by Cas.

6-6.

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