It’s another round of Super League this weekend and we’re focussing on four matches for our Super League Acca which returns 120/1 with Betfair.
- St Helens to beat Hull KR by 1-12 points
- Warrington Wolves to beat Catalans Dragons by 1-12 points
- Wigan Warriors to beat Toulouse Olympique by 13+ points
- Wakefield Trinity v Leeds Rhinos – Ash Handley to score the first try
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120/1 Super League Acca:
St Helens to beat Hull KR by 1-12 points
Hull KR collected their first win of the season last Friday after beating Castleford Tigers at home in convincing fashion.
After two disappointing losses against Wigan Warriors and Huddersfield Giants, it felt like a return to the Rovers of 2021, when they made the play-off semi-finals for the first time.
Having disposed of Castleford, an altogether tougher challenge now lies ahead against defending champions St Helens, who should edge this one by a couple of scores.
Warrington Wolves to beat Catalans Dragons by 1-12 points
This should be an extremely tight affair between two sides with genuine hopes of going all the way this year.
Catalans showed their mettle with a hard-earned win at Leeds Rhinos last week and will aim to make it three wins from four at Warrington.
Yet Daryl Powell’s Wolves have a 100% record to maintain and, on home soil, they should have enough to edge this one by between 1 and 12 points.
Wigan Warriors to beat Toulouse Olympique by 13+ points
Wigan are one of only three teams with a 100% record after three rounds this season.
They have been outstanding in their opening games and should win this one comfortably.
Matty Peet’s men have scored 80 points against Hull KR, Leeds and Huddersfield, so will be confident of beating bottom-placed Toulouse by more than 13 points.
Wakefield Trinity v Leeds Rhinos – Ash Handley to score the first try
Goodness knows Leeds need a win after opening what was supposed to be a title-challenging campaign with three straight defeats.
Then again, Wakefield are desperate for a victory themselves after a similarly pointless start.
Richard Agar’s side should have enough to edge this one and England winger Ash Handley is a decent tip to open the scoring.