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rhinoms Superleague XVI Previews - Round 165
Posted by southstander on June 02 2011 - 13:54:01

by rhinoms

SouthStander.com is now five points clear of rhinoms in the frosties prediction league mainly thanks to getting the Giants winning margin over Hull FC bang on last weekend.

Will either of our intrepid pundits get close this week?

Read more here....

As we enter June the clear favourites for the top spots continue their winning form with the rest vying for form and position behind them.

Here are my thoughts on the weekends games.

CRUSADERS V WOLVES

A real tough year for rookie coach Harris doesn't get any easier when his plastic Welshmen meet the league leaders and form team.

TS has no worries at all his team are simply to good for all comers at the moment and he can look forward to another unopposed training session in Wrexham.

The only positive for the taffs is that they won't play wire every week.

Wire by 30.

rhinoms tipsWolves by 30
SouthStander.com tipsWolves by 42
AverageWolves by 36

REDS v. WILDCATS

The two most unpredictable teams in the league meet at the Willows.

Both are capable of gutsy and quality wins but also can be on the receiving end of good hidings.

JK will hope his unloved team can shake off their CC hangover whilst coach Veivers will be looking to show the Reds board they've made a mistake not appointing him the full time coach.

An entertaining game between two sides desperate for better but home advantage should just be enough.

Reds by 10.

rhinoms tipsReds by 10
SouthStander.com tipsWildcats by 6
AverageReds by 2

SAINTS v. RHINOS

The Blue 'n' Amber face another top four opponent this week still searching for that elusive win against teams above them.

The shell-suited hosts are going along nicely and despite some ridiculous injuries to mirror our own they are getting wins and staying in touch at the top.

What team will turn out for the Rhinos is anyones guess but another 2nd half to mirror the Wire performance won't be good enough and Brian Mc really is under pressure from the faithful to turn it around.

The hosts are always confident of leaving their visitors on bricks at home with the KFC kid leading the pack but I think/hope we will be too desperate and fired up for them and get our 1st win against a top four team despite Mc's tactics and selections.

Rhinos by 4.

rhinoms tipsRhinos by 4
SouthStander.com tipsSaints by 8
AverageSaints by 2

DRAGONS v. WARRIORS

This is one of the stand out fixtures of the weekend and the Pies will be hoping Rat boy and co can continue their winning run.

The hosts are really showing their fire this year and will be confident of another two points after their destruction of the same opponents at the Pie dome.

A really tough encounter and hopefully it won't be decided by a Richards "slam dunk" try or a passing move Payton Manning would be proud of. A new and confident home side guided by the magic of Dureau will have just enough to take the spoils and leave Clarke and rat boy cursing the rugby gods.

Dragons by 8.

rhinoms tipsDragons by 8
SouthStander.com tipsWarriors by 18
AverageWarriors by 10

QUINS v. BULLS

Two of the "also rans" meet darn sarf this week and the visitors arrive after winning a home game!

The hosts still stumble from defeat to defeat and show no signs of the early season form which netted them wins against St's and the Rhinos.

This could well be entertaining in that neither team can defend so the best way for them both to approach it is attack at all costs.

Despite encouraging signs Potters pot-hole pub team will revert to type and implode.

Quins by 7.

rhinoms tipsQuins by 7
SouthStander.com tipsBulls by 6
AverageQuins by 1

GIANTS v. TIGERS

The Wagon train arrives at the Galpharm and not in good enough form to challenge the joint top team hosts.

The high 6's and ho downs are just things of memory in the SL and although they got a good old fiddle dual after their cup win it's not enough to inspire them to the points here.

The hosts are boosted after Mrs Brown gave her hubby permission to stay another year and the Mono-Brow has earned an England call up.

The hoists will be too big and powerful plus they won't forget the early season defeat to the same opposition making revenge a must and the banjoes getting twanged in defeat.

Giants by 14.

rhinoms tipsGiants by 14
SouthStander.com tipsGiants by 8
AverageGiants by 11

KR v. FC

The Cod 'Ead derby part 3 takes plaice at Craven park this week with both teams desperate for a win for very different reasons.

The hosts are desperate to get their season going after poor performances and limp willies have left the red mullets putting pressure on their coach Morgan.

The visitors are looking to Mussle up and show that their home defeat last week was a blip and their sole remains intact in their ultimate shoal of a top 8 finish.

A brutal clash at the reef and their could shells left all over the nets but expect the visitors to Clam up and the hosts to trawl the two points.

HKR by 6.

rhinoms tipsKR by 16
SouthStander.com tipsKR by 8
AverageKR by 12

If you are attending a game then have a safe journey and enjoy the action. Just to add the Rhinos u15 ,16 and 18's are in action at Headingley Carnegie on Saturday against their plastic scouse counterparts starting at 11.30am for the u15 fixture.

Come down and enjoy the "future" of our club showing their worth.

Thanks for reading.

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