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Mon 18th Apr: SL: Toulouse Olympique v Hull Kingston Rovers KO 15:00 (UK time)


Who will win?  

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Toulouse Olympique
      16
    • Hull Kingston Rovers
      18

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  • Poll closed on 18/04/22 at 14:30

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18 hours ago, DimmestStar said:

Coote hasn't made the trip to France and neither has Frankie Halton. Vete and Garratt still  missing .

Looks a very tall order to follow up after the derby with a day's less rest than the opposition and also the travel.

Feels like this has been set up to provide Toulouse with a great opportunity.

Is that covid rule still in force or has it finished?

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21 hours ago, Tony Angelino said:

True but when you throw in the travelling after such a short turnaround and Toulouse starting to get into must win territory anything can happen l

You were right, 12-0 at half time👏

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Toulouse quite simply have to win from this position. A couple of good chances have already gone by the wayside for them and if they have any chance of surviving they can't blow another one.

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16 minutes ago, MZH said:

Toulouse quite simply have to win from this position. A couple of good chances have already gone by the wayside for them and if they have any chance of surviving they can't blow another one.

Oh well. First nail in the coffin.

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21 minutes ago, MZH said:

Oh well. First nail in the coffin.

Yep, even if they get close to avoiding the drop they will look at missing two points here as crucial. 18-4 up in the second half and blown it.

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2 minutes ago, Scubby said:

Yep, even if they get close to avoiding the drop they will look at missing two points here as crucial. 18-4 up in the second half and blown it.

Typical promoted performance by the sound of it , unable to keep the intensity up for long enough 

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2 minutes ago, GUBRATS said:

Typical promoted performance by the sound of it , unable to keep the intensity up for long enough 

Yep true, they would have been off the bottom with a win today and then they play Leeds next week (and could be 3 points clear). The season is almost right here.

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Just now, Scubby said:

Yep true, they would have been off the bottom with a win today and then they play Leeds next week (and could be 3 points clear). The season is almost right here.

Wouldn't that have been fun ? 😉

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toulouse simply dont deserve to be relegated - if the game is to expand - get rid of wakey - as normal service seems to have been resumed at smell vue 

did the bloke who invented the phrase "one hit wonder" invent anything else?

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Toulouse had everything going for them here. They have been having weeks off whilst everyone else was in the challenge cup and they had the benefit of a Thursday game whilst Rovers were in a full blooded derby on the Friday.

Travelling to France almost straight after the Good Friday derby was the short straw for Rovers so to come back from 18-4 with plenty of absentees is a great result.

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4 hours ago, HKR AWAY DAYS said:

A lot been made of Toulouse having more recovery time but in reality they've had about half a day; it isn't anything worth making a big deal out of.

I expect a close game with Rovers pulling away towards the end.

You were spot on with your prediction.

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Gutted about this one, thought Toulouse could sneak it just to keep up belief for chances to scrap throughtout season. Got to be wakey at home in a few weeks to have any chance if they lose to Leeds. Been close a few times at home but close isnt good enough. 

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20 minutes ago, DimmestStar said:

Toulouse had everything going for them here. They have been having weeks off whilst everyone else was in the challenge cup and they had the benefit of a Thursday game whilst Rovers were in a full blooded derby on the Friday.

Travelling to France almost straight after the Good Friday derby was the short straw for Rovers so to come back from 18-4 with plenty of absentees is a great result.

Unfortunately for Toulouse they aren’t going to get these advantageous circumstances going into every game from now on.

They blew it and most likely their chances of survival.

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