RUGBY LEAGUE BETTING: Live on Skysports1: Fri 20.00 & Sun 16.45: Super League R15; the televised games are St Helens v Hull KR and Bradford v Leeds. Compare odds and bet at the best prices
On Friday night, St Helens welcome Hull KR in an evening of celebration as Saints will reflect on 120 years at Knowsley Road. On the pitch, St Helens will want to continue an incredible accumulation of points that has seen them score 213 in the last 5 Super League games. Saints are a paltry 2/9 with Betfred to repeat the victory they recorded over Hull KR only 2 weeks ago at Murray field, Hull KR are 9/2 with Ladbrokes.
A look at the handicaps reveals SkyBet offering a -12 deficit to St Helens at odds of 10/11, which suits due to the sheer scoring power of the Saints.
On the Saturday, a brief look at the fixtures sees Catalans and Salford in a basement brawl. If Catalans lose, they will drift further towards the wooden spoon. Salford will be buoyed by their recent triumph and can prevail here at 8/11 with Betfair.
On Sunday, Bradford meet Leeds in a fierce local derby. The teams last met on the 1st April and played out an exciting 20-all draw, the only draw of the Super League so far this year. Derbies are unpredictable at best but Bradford’s home advantage and passionate home crowd can carry them over at 6/5 with Betfair.
Other games include Crusaders v Wigan, Castleford v Hull, Wakefield v Harlequins and a top of table meeting between Warrington and Huddersfield.
Depending on where you shop, there is a 4 way co-fav split for the winners of the Grand Final. Leeds are 3/1 with Betfred, while Paddy Power bestow 3′s on St Helens. Boylesports place the 3/1 on Wigan (current leaders) and finally Stan James have 7/2 on Warrington. Current 4th placed Bradford Bulls are next in the betting at 16/1 with 888sport.
Wigan still retain fav tags for the regular season, Sportingbet have 1/1 about them to stay top until the playoffs begin.
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