Super League: Round 29
Wakefield (14-14 ATS) v Hull FC (16-12 ATS): Hull FC -16.5 ($1.90)
Wakefield look to have given up the ghost with halfback Jacob Miller this week going for surgery. Hull FC have disappointed with back-to-back losses following their Challenge Cup win and have lost some big names but will get a boost with three players shortlisted for the Man Of Steel award. Double digit favourites since Round 24 are 9-1 ATS.
Warrington (15-13 ATS) v Wigan (10-18 ATS): Warrington -3.5 ($1.90)
Warrington have dominated Wigan in both outings this year with 28-16 and 40-10 victories. Wigan are the worst betting team in Super League this year and have dropped two of their last three road games. The Wolves have won four of their last five home games.
Catalans (14-14 ATS) v Castleford (15-13 ATS): Catalans (TBC)
Catalans have won just one of their last four home games but should prove too strong for a Cas team without Rangi Chase. Castleford have dropped back-to-back road games and the Dragons have dropped just 3 of their last 12.
Widnes (12-16 ATS) v St Helens (14-14 ATS): St Helens (TBC)
St Helens have lost just two games against Widnes since 1995 and already have two wins against the Vikings on the board this year. With a finals berth on the line they will be well and truly up for this.