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25 Feb: SL: Widnes Vikings v Leeds Rhinos KO 3pm

Who will win?  

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Widnes Vikings
      11
    • Draw
      0
    • Leeds Rhinos
      14

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  • Poll closed on 02/25/2018 at 03:00 PM

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7 hours ago, fieldofclothofgold said:

Leeds will grind out a win just and I'm waiting to see the leeds team

That's nice but I think they've already landed back over here mate.

Chemics 14 Leeds 18.

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4 hours ago, Old Frightful said:

That's nice but I think they've already landed back over here mate.

Chemics 14 Leeds 18.

that could go in any context ,I land next Thursday and wont see the team till the following day . 

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Hola, Leeds para 16

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Widnes could pull off a win in this matchup. But I can't see by much though.

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With the lack of props plus experienced and "heavy-weight" forwards Leeds to loss territory and ball to Widnes after first 20 mins. Leading to a subsequent big win for Widnes, especially with Widnes playing the artificial pitch far better.

Unless Myler shows us how he can control a game for his light weight forwards and lack of substantial rotation open to coach.

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80s flashback! Two sets of brothers in the Widnes squad and a Widnes lad called Myler expected to star.

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The Albert Brothers are set to play this weekend, should be interesting to see what impact they have....that said, let's hope this cold snap coming in doesn't scare them off back home! 

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Think I might listen to this one.

With a bit more steadiness v Wire and perhaps a bit more luck at Cas they may have been up there with three from three.

As for Leeds, pah, what sort of team flies to Oz and back with the disruption to their season that obviously entails.

Chemics 18 Leeds 16.

 

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2 hours ago, Old Frightful said:

Think I might listen to this one.

With a bit more steadiness v Wire and perhaps a bit more luck at Cas they may have been up there with three from three.

As for Leeds, pah, what sort of team flies to Oz and back with the disruption to their season that obviously entails.

Chemics 18 Leeds 16.

 

The Sleave will have his own reasons for this . I don't know what is though and I cant see him taking the team over there to lose money even though they've returned with a bunch of injuries 

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1 hour ago, fieldofclothofgold said:

The Sleave will have his own reasons for this . I don't know what is though and I cant see him taking the team over there to lose money even though they've returned with a bunch of injuries 

Surely you didn't think I was serious?

I was chucking stones from a greenhouse mate. :D

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21 minutes ago, Old Frightful said:

Surely you didn't think I was serious?

I was chucking stones from a greenhouse mate. :D

I never take you serious mate , but I do wonder if they have made a financial profit from this trip 

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Teams today:

Widnes - Hanbury, Chamberlain, Craven, Inu, Marsh, Mellor, Gilmore, J.Chapelhow, Heremaia, Cahill, Dean, Whitley, Olbison.

Subs - D.Walker, Wellington, T.Chapelhow, Wilde.

Leeds - Golding, Newman, Watkins, Keinhorst, Handley, Sutcliffe, Myler, Jones-Buchanan, Parcell, Singleton, Walters, Delaney, Ormondroyd.

Subs - Smith, Dwyer, Garbutt, Oledzki.

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Widnes with all the early pressure including a repeat set but Leeds keep their line intact.

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Wellington Albert offload sees Joe Mellor over for the first try.

Chemics 4 Leeds 0.

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Hanbury creating all sorts of problems for Leeds by the sound of it. Another repeat set.

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