This week it's Round 12 of the SuperLeague the injuries are kicking in and clubs are
looking to kick on after the hectic Easter schedule.|
Here are this weeks fixtures previewed.
RHINOS v. BRONCOS
After taking five points out of the last three games the Champs are building their form
and growing in confidence despite injuries and suspension.
The visitors arrive knowing they've had good results here over the last
couple of years but they are conceding points across the park.
The Blue 'n'Amber have really upped their defence this year and whilst we've
seen glimpses of their strike potential they are yet to go through the gears
with ball in hand.
I expect the visitors might make it close for an hour considering the
efforts of the hosts after the last three games but I think we'll take over in
the final twenty minutes and cruise to the win.
Rhinos by 26.
|rhinoms tips||Rhinos by 26|
|SouthStander.com tips||Rhinos by 40|
|Average||Rhinos by 33|
SAINTS v. DRAGONS
The hosts will be desperate to get back to winning ways after a surprise
loss at Craven park last week.
The visitors will be tough to beat and after last years amazing comeback
will travel with confidence.
The hosts are struggling with injuries to quality players whilst trying to
adapt to their new Coach at the same time.
Away from home the visitors are up and down form wise and very unpredictable
but i think the hosts desperation will get them the win in a close game.
Saints by 8.
|rhinoms tips||Saints by 8|
|SouthStander.com tips||Dragons by 6|
|Average||Saints by 1|
TIGERS v. VIKINGS
No coach, no direction or structure and no confidence is the best way to sum
up the hosts at the moment.
Now although the visitors have suffered one or two blips on the score-board they
are much improved in 2013 and have shown they can score plenty of points.
With home favourite Orr in temporary control you'd expect some sort of
back-lash and fight from the home team but saying that I don't think they
have the quality or confidence to beat the re-born Vikings so the moonshine
remains on ice and catching dust for another week.
Vikings by 14.
|rhinoms tips||Vikings by 14|
|SouthStander.com tips||Vikings by 6|
|Average||Vikings by 10|
REDS v. FC
The Reds had a great win against the Giants on Good Friday but have reverted
to the pub team since so what team turns up is still a guessing game.
However after a strong win last week to make it two wins on the trot the
visitors trawl into town rebuilding their confidence and looking stronger
than they have for a while although that wouldn't be hard.
Still no coach sorted and no real quality on the park is really hindering
the hosts so i doubt they will have enough to turn it around this week but
they may have a reasonable dig but it wont be enough.
FC by 16.
|rhinoms tips||FC by 16|
|SouthStander.com tips||FC by 4|
|Average||FC by 10|
BULLS v. WARRIORS
This should be a decent game the hosts return home after scoring plenty of
points again last week.
The Pies are the form team of SuperLeague and scoring trys for fun whilst maintaining
a strong defensive line.
The hosts will be strong and very confident at home but they still have
weakness out wide and that's where I think the visitors have the edge.
A closer game than the Pies have had in recent weeks but they'll still be
too strong for the re-surgant hosts.
Pies by 14.
|rhinoms tips||Warriors by 14|
|SouthStander.com tips||Warriors by 30|
|Average||Warriors by 22|
GIANTS v. KR
The home side are playing well and although they relaxed for the final 20
minutes last week they have strike and a decent defence.
For the visitors it's a toss of a coin which team turn up and whether they
are interested enough to get stuck in.
Last week we saw a very good Robins side take the points against Saints yet on
bank holiday monday we saw a bunch of amateurs give up after 15 minutes.
The hosts will be prepared for the tough Robins that won their respective
Derby and won last week which should prove just too strong for the Red half
of fish town.
Giants by 14.
|rhinoms tips||Giants by 14|
|SouthStander.com tips||Giants by 8|
|Average||Giants by 11|
WILDCATS v. WOLVES
The hosts are struggling to put a full 80 minutes together and this week
injuries and their enforcer suspended wont help their cause at all.
Although out-played for most of the game the visitors still kept the score
close against the Champs last time out so I expect them to up their efforts
and show they are still contenders this week.
The home side will show spirit but they are lacking in all areas not least
confidence so I think it will be long eighty minutes for home side and their fan
Wire by 20.
|rhinoms tips||Wolves by 20|
|SouthStander.com tips||Wolves by 32|
|Average||Wolves by 26|
If you are travelling to a game have a safe journey and enjoy the action.
Thanks for reading.