Watch Warrington vs Wakefield Live Stream - Friday 11 June 20:45

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Friday 11 June 20:45

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The other game that is going ahead, after Covid-19 cancellations in the Super League is between Warrington and the struggling Wakefield, as the Wolves look to collect two more competition points and consolidate their top 4 position.  Hull FC joined them on 11 points by defeating Castleford on Thursday evening; Warrington were fine in their latest League game, defeating Salford 62-18, but do need to shake off a 15-point loss against Castleford in the Challenge Cup here.  Wakefield managed a victory against Leigh last time out, by 10 points, but will know improvement is a necessity to trouble Warrington, they are 3-6, 10th, clear the relegation battle for now.  Mid afternoon showers ought to have cleared come game-time for this clash, in what should be decent conditions, and a partisan crowd in favour of the hometown Wolves.

Warrington have just one change from the squad that was unable to advance to the Challenge Cup final last weekend, as they have lost Jason Clark to injury, in a blow, as the former Bunny has a fine record.  He is replaced by Ellis Longstaff, while the likes of Widdop, Austin will look to dominate on the back of find go-forward from Cooper and Chris Hill.  Wakefield are rolling, having won 3-straight and will look to find a way into mid-field on the table, by winning here, and could be boosted if Tom Johnstone gets the nod to play, after sitting out recent games due to concussion.

A victory to the Trinity would be ground-breaking for them here, as they have not recorded success at this venue, since July 2014 and have won just 2 of the last 10 against Warrington, while the last 7 here have been losses.  Wakefield’s success is not being bought into yet by bookies as they are still $5 to finish last, while Warrington are a solid 3rd favourite to win the Super League, at $7.50, behind only heavyweights, St Helens and Wigan.  Warrington are $1.20 favourites to continue their domination of Wakefield in recent years, and expected to win by 12+, while Wakefield are $4.50 outsiders.

PREDICTION: Warrington by 13+.

BETTING TIP: $1.90 is decent odds for Warrington to win by 13+.


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