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17 Aug: Super 8s: Castleford Tigers v Warrington Wolves KO 7.45pm (TV)

Who will win?  

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Castleford Tigers
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    • Warrington Wolves
      7
    • Draw
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62 tackles for Watts last week. Will have to do same again. Reckon no Moors and no JSL.

Wire will win.

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Only hope for Cas is if Warrington have one eye on next week.

Otherwise routine Wire win by 12+

Cas looking really poor at the moment.

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Cas to win this one for me.

Although coach and players will be saying one thing you are unable to put the fact that you've a massive game next week. You can sometimes get injured more being halfhearted and in your mind you don't want to you'll still be making subtle changes to how you go in both in attack and defence and that tiny little chink is what Cas need to exploit.

That said, Warrington could win by a bucket load.😎

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Wire consistently putting too many players on Roberts' side in defence, and it has led to that try on the opposite wing there 

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Why can you not run behind your own man for a try but you see it a lot in general play? Obstruction in regards try scoring and in play sometime seems quite contradictory looking on 

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2 minutes ago, DavidM said:

Why can you not run behind your own man for a try but you see it a lot in general play? Obstruction in regards try scoring and in play sometime seems quite contradictory looking on 

Generally when players get away with it, it's because they immediately surrender and therefore gain no advantage. Obviously that hasn't happened if there has been a try scored

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Just now, Saint 1 said:

Generally when players get away with it, it's because they immediately surrender and therefore gain no advantage. Obviously that hasn't happened if there has been a try scored

It often seems as well to be ‘ a video ref ‘ penalty when events are dissected , but without a video ref or in play when it’s all fast moving often the ref doesn’t adjudicate . Watching SL full time there’s lots of tries you’d reckon would be chalked off on telly 

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Hewer yet again showing the massive inconsistency in officials, nowhere near a high tackle!

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And considering what is let go that's a joke of a penalty, is that to even up the awful one at the other end?

 

And Warrington at least 2 metres offside at the 20m tap, Hewer you gimp

Edited by Denton Rovers RLFC

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Looked very much like mcmeeken just messed up the ptb twice . Please can place more responsibility on the ball carrier !

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4 minutes ago, Man of Kent said:

Not a very super Super 8 game so far. Atmosphere is a bit flat for t’Jungle.

Hewer is blowing the pea out of his whistle, whilst I get that that is sometimes dictated by the players at least play the rules to the same level throughout, don't pick and choose what you're going to blow for.

Even the Cas dropped ball looked like a Warry knock on but even i not the reason it should have been a scrum is that the Warry winger was in an offside position when it was kicked through. Eddie is utterly clueless, absolutely none of them incl Cummings noticed that obvious reason to bring the play back.

Edited by Denton Rovers RLFC

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All the Super 8s fixtures feel a bit flat to me, which is why this system is basically ###### about ######, all the focus seems to be on the relegation battle which is surely the wrong way round? 

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