Super League Round 7 Betting Tip

Apart from in Round 1, Castleford have been solid at home so far in 2015 and it could prove foolish to back against them.

Hull FC visit the Jungle tonight though, and over the years the Black and Whites have dominated this fixture.

In the last 26 meetings between these two sides FC have won 18, and with Luke Dorn injured the Tigers will lose some of their attacking bite.

A big defensive performance will still be required by Lee Radford‘s side, but they certainly have it in them (Hull nilled Huddersfield and only conceded seven to Warrington).

St Helens meanwhile should have no problem away at Hull KR. Not much needs saying about Saints. They haven’t been spectacular but are consistent in most areas of their game, despite some key injuries.

The game of the night sees Huddersfield travel to Warrington. The Giants have been hard to call so far this season, but are now on a three game win streak.

The Wolves will be happy with their season so far having only dropped points away to St Helens and Catalan – two of the toughest away trips in Super League.

Warrington have a great recent record against Huddersfield at home, with the Giants leaving the Halliwell Jones empty handed on every visit since 2011.

 

Hull FC, St Helens & Warrington all to win – 9/2 with My Club Betting.

 

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