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Super League Weekend Preview

St Helens remain on top of Super League with seven wins from seven and they will look to maintain their perfect start to the new season this week.

Saints host Hull Kingston Rovers, whilst their nearest rivals Warrington travel to Hull.

Leeds Rhinos vs Castleford Tigers

Match odds: Leeds 7/4, Castleford 1/2, Draw 22/1

Betfred says: Bottom club Leeds will be absolutely determined to kick-start their season against high-riding derby rivals Castleford… but the Tigers are third for a reason and will bounce back from last week’s thrashing to win by at least 6pts.

Hull FC vs Warrington Wolves

Match odds: Hull FC 7/4, Warrington 1/2, Draw 18/1

Betfred says: Warrington had a slight scare in Yorkshire in the last round and will be out to keep the pressure on Saints at the top with a win against the inconsistent Black and Whites. With star signing Blake Austin in great form, expect Wire to triumph by 10pts.

St Helens vs Hull KR

Match odds: Saints 1/66, Hull KR 12/1, Draw 33/1

Betfred says: Saints keep on marching on and on and are now 10/1 with Betfred for the clean sweep of trophies. A handsome win by at least 20pts is likely on the cards here.

London Broncos vs Huddersfield Giants

Match odds: London 5/4, Huddersfield 4/6, Draw 20/1

Betfred says: A very tough one to call but Broncos get the edge as they should make home advantage count against lowly Huddersfield, triumphing by 6pts.

Wigan Warriors vs Catalans Dragons

Match odds: Wigan 2/7, Catalans 11/4, Draw 22/1

Betfred says: Champions Wigan at last got their act together beating Salford – and although Catalans, with the returning Sam Tomkins in their ranks, will be no pushovers, a home victory by 8pts is possible.

Wakefield Trinity vs Salford Red Devils

Match odds: Wakefield 1/2, Salford 7/4, Draw 20/1

Betfred says: Two teams bruised after unlucky defeats in the last round but Wakefield are fancied to edge Salford here by a slim margin – winning by 2pts.

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