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Tad Rhinos Superleague XV Preview - Opening Week
Posted by southstander on January 26 2010 - 12:10:36

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by TadRhino

The big man is back, and this season we are predicting with a difference.

Tad and myself have been joined by Number 2 in imparting our knowledge of each weekly round. To add a bit of spice I will be placing a 1 accumulator bet on the aggregate of our scores, and keeping a tally of the winnings throughout the season. Any profit we make over the season will be a cash prize for the winning ' Sponsor' in Frosties weekly prediction competition.

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Here are my thoughts on this weekend's action in Super League XV, just the two games;


The Rhinos start the season with, in my opinion, there strongest squad since 2004. Expectations are high, and Leeds will be expected to win this one at a canter. Opening games have a habit of being tighter than most and while I can see Leeds winning this one it won't be as comfortable as the last time they met.

Crusaders have some good Welsh kids coming through but Noble, for me, is a poor choice as coach. He will stuff the side full of Aussie nobodys rather than develop the talent that is there. Looking at his signings I can only see the wooden spoon again.

Leeds by 36.

Tad tipsRhinos by 36
Number 2 tipsRhinos by 34 tipsRhinos by 40
AverageRhinos by 37

SportingOdds Handicap: Not Available


I can see both these teams in mid-table come the end of the season. 'Quins will miss Purdham but the canny Chad Randall will lead from the front and the likes of LMS and Clubb will enhance there blossoming reputations. Sadly 'Quins have to many average players to trouble the top sides on a regular basis.

Wildcats will have more grunt up front with the good signings of Tronc and Morrison while much is expected of Millard and Jefferies. This could be a close game and I'm going for home advantage to see the 'Quins home.

Quins by 10.

Tad tipsQuins by 10
Number 2 tipsWildcats by 8 tipsWildcats by 14
AverageWildcats by 4

SportingOdds Handicap: Not Available



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