In the first half they were poor defensively though, and it is unlikely that the Robins will be solid at all this season.
Their approach to reaching the top 8 seems to be outscoring the opposition rather than tough defence.
Widnes are not quite polar opposites, but it would appear that Denis Betts values defence more than Chris Chester does.
Away from home KR have struggled to click so far this season, so the logical bet on Sunday is a hard-fought Vikings win.
Wakefield were impressive in defeat to St Helens a couple of weeks ago, and they were also unlucky to be edged out by Salford in Round 5.
Huddersfield at home presents a good opportunity for the Wildcats to get back to winning ways.
Last week’s win over Castleford wasn’t pretty on the eyes, and although there were a couple of notable performances, Huddersfield will need to be much improved to come away from Belle Vue with a win.
Widnes & Wakefield both to win – 7/2 with My Club Betting.
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