Super League Preview: Round 21

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Super League Preview: Round 20

Friday, 5am
Warrington (10-10 ATS) v Salford (13-7 ATS):
Salford +10.5 ($1.90)
Warrington have been unreliable as big favourites at home of late, covering just 1 of their last 4 at Halliwell Jones when spotting 6 or more start. Salford have covered 4 of their last 5 on the road getting a start of more than a converted try. Warrington have won eight straight against Salford but the Wolves won by just a point when the teams met in early March.

Saturday, 5am
Hull FC (12-8 ATS) v Leeds (6-14 ATS):
Leeds +9.5 ($2.00)
Leeds have been consigned to the bottom four already with three rounds to go but with exciting hooker James Segeyaro debuting they must be considered a chance with the big start. The Rhinos have lost just 1 of their last 6 road games by more than eight points while Hull have won just 2 of their last 8 home games by more than eight.

Hull KR (11-9 ATS) v Huddersfield (11-9 ATS): Huddersfield +1.5 ($1.90)
Huddersfield have found some form of late and with a great record over Hull KR can go on with it. The Giants have won two straight while Hull KR have claimed just 1 of their last 5 home matches. Huddersfield have dropped just 2 of their last 7 against KR.

St Helens (8-12 ATS) v Widnes (9-11 ATS): St Helens -9.5 ($1.90)
Both Saints and Widnes have been terribly unreliable propositions this year making this the most difficult Round 20 affair. The Vikings have covered 2 of their last 3 but Saints have posted 34-plus in 3 of their last 5 home games and look to have too many attacking weapons.

Wigan (7-13 ATS) v Wakefield (11-9 ATS): Wakefield +21.5 ($1.90)
Wigan return home after a six-week absence and start obscenely big favourites here. Teams getting a start of 18 or more this year are 5-2 ATS with Wakefield 3-1 ATS in said situation. The Warriors are 0-4 ATS at home this year when favoured by more than 10 points. Wakefield defeated Wigan 62-0 when the teams last met.

Monday, 12.30am
Castleford (9-11 ATS) v Catalans (13-7 ATS):
Catalans +2.5 ($1.90)
Catalans have won 6 of their last 9 in the UK and those other three defeats have come by margins of two or less. With a start of 2.5 and Cas decimated by injuries the Dragons are outstanding values.

Best: Wakefield +21.5 ($1.90)
Leeds ($3.50)