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7 Aug: Super 8s - Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves KO 8pm (TV)

Who will win?  

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Leeds Rhinos
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    • Draw
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    • Warrington Wolves
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7 Aug: Super 8s - Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves    KO 8pm (TV)
 

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Leeds are playing some decent stuff at the moment but Wire seem to have their number. Both teams should be up for it so I reckon it'll be a close one. Leeds to pull one back, win by 8


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Law of averages say Leeds are due a win against Wire,although I said that about Saints


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FROM 2004,TO DO WHAT THIS CLUB HAS DONE,IF THATS NOT GREATNESSTHEN i DONT KNOW WHAT IS.

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After last weeks performance I can't see Wire troubling Leeds, not in the backs anyway. It'll be interesting to see who makes way for Sandow and how he influences the game.

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After last weeks performance I can't see Wire troubling Leeds, not in the backs anyway. It'll be interesting to see who makes way for Sandow and how he influences the game.

Surely O'Brien must make way. Myler was good last week and is a far better player, but I suppose the challenge is would him and Sandow work together?

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Both teams may be lethargic after last weekends semi-finals. Lethargic to the extent that even Chris Sandow could shine !

 

I hope he plays and turns it on.

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Surely O'Brien must make way. Myler was good last week and is a far better player, but I suppose the challenge is would him and Sandow work together?

 

I think you are right. It would be an interesting scenario over the course of the remaining season if Myler and Sandow's games naturally suit each other. Hopefully they do.

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I think you are right. It would be an interesting scenario over the course of the remaining season if Myler and Sandow's games naturally suit each other. Hopefully they do.

which one is the play maker


ah a sunday night in front of the telly watching old rugby league games.

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which one is the play maker

Depends what you mean by playmaker. They can both pass, kick and have good running games. They both have plenty of assists to their name so they are both playmakers.

 

Where we are somewhat lacking is around direction and I'd like to see our hooker doing that more, Monaghan used to do it, Higham did in his absence, Clark isn't that player yet. 

 

That lack of direction at 9 is stinging us imho.

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Depends what you mean by playmaker. They can both pass, kick and have good running games. They both have plenty of assists to their name so they are both playmakers.

 

Where we are somewhat lacking is around direction and I'd like to see our hooker doing that more, Monaghan used to do it, Higham did in his absence, Clark isn't that player yet. 

 

That lack of direction at 9 is stinging us imho.

I always think of the playmaker as not only good passer but also as been able to set up the plays and control the game  and keep the players playing to the game plan and not going off into frustration style plays if things start to go wrong.


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I always think of the playmaker as not only good passer but also as been able to set up the plays and control the game  and keep the players playing to the game plan and not going off into frustration style plays if things start to go wrong.

I agree, but I don't think that has to be a 6 or 7, although it often is. A 1, 9 or 13 can be a great leader in terms of calling the sets.

 

IMHO Myler is decent at it despite the criticism he gets, and tbh he has had to play with substandard partners since Briers retired.

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Two losses in 6 days at the same stadium, season over for the wire.

Just hope all the injured players get their ops and we prepare early for next year.....

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Decent game so far. Think with the amount of players out we will struggle towards the end.

Russell, Ormsby, Bridge, Atkins, westwood, Grix and Harrison is a substantial chunk of your first 13.

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Stuart Cummings ... Hope he's part of the sky clear out . Such a superior tone as he tells you the officials are always right . Pointless extra voice

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