The second round of action in the Super League with pre-season favourites Warrington and St Helens looking to make it successive wins.
TItle sponsors Betfred guide us through each game
Hull FC vs Castleford
Match odds: Hull FC 6/4, Castleford 4/7, Tie 25/1
Betfred says: Boosted by the return of talisman Jake Connor, the Black and Whites will be determined to make home advantage count after the bitter blow of going down in the last minute against derby rivals in the season opener – so expect them to beat Castleford by two.
Hull FC to win by 1-12 points – 5/2 with Betfred
Wigan vs Leeds
Match odds: Wigan 1/3, Leeds 5/2, Tie 25/1
Betfred says: Wigan, who suffered a double blow having two points deducted and losing to great rivals Saints last week, will be much too strong for new-look Leeds so are expected to triumph by at least 12.
Warrington vs Hull KR
Match odds: Warrington 1/7, Hull KR 9/2, Tie 25/1
Betfred says: Warrington caught the eye with a mauling of Leeds at the weekend – and it will be the same story when Hull KR visit, so a Wire victory by 16 is entirely possible.
Catalans vs Huddersfield
Match odds: Catalans 1/4, Huddersfield 3/1, Tie 25/1
Betfred says: Huddersfield failed at home against unfancied Salford in the opener and will struggle to overcome Catalans in France – so a home win by ten is on the cards.
Salford vs London Broncos
Match odds: Salford 2/9, London 3/1, Tie 25/1
Betfred says: New boys London won’t relish a trip to Salford – who chalked a surprise win over the Pennines against the Giants in the opening round – so bank on a Red Devils win by ten.
Wakefield vs St Helens
Match odds: Wakefield 9/4, St Helens 4/11, Tie 22/1
Betfred says: Finally, the outright favourites with title sponsors Betfred to be Super League champions, St Helens, will surely chalk up a mighty win at Wakefield by as many as 16 points.