We’ve picked out our Super League accumulator tips for Easter Monday’s full Round 10 fixtures and include some handicap betting tips. If all our predictions are correct, a £5 stake will return £320.
Salford with a six-point start at Catalans @ 91/100
After posting two away wins in six days – at Leigh and Huddersfield respectively – Catalans will now look to correct their home form which has seen them go three games without a victory.
Salford stayed second in the table after registering a fifth successive victory with their 12-6 success over Leigh. Coach Ian Watson hailed his side’s resilience, which will once again be needed in the south of France for what could be a close encounter.
Widnes with a 20-point start at Leeds @ 91/100
Leeds ran in eight tries in a thumping 52-24 win over Hull at the KCOM Stadium as they bounced back from defeat to Warrington to remain third. Liam Sutcliffe also kicked nine goals as the Rhinos controlled the game from start to finish.
Widnes have now won just seven times in their last 32 games following a 19-10 home loss to Warrington but coach Denis Betts feels he has seen some signs of improvement but admitted: “We are dying in fear at the moment.”
Leigh to beat Hull @ 8/5
Both these sides are out of form, with Leigh’s loss at Salford on Good Friday their fourth in a row while Hull coach Lee Radford admitted he has “a lot of issues with defence” as they conceded more than 50 points at home for the second game running in a 52-24 defeat to Leeds which followed a heavy reverse to Salford.
We are predicting Leigh to get back on track on home turf and complete a miserable Easter for the Black and Whites.
Castleford to win at St Helens by more than four points @ 17/20
St Helens showed tremendous spirit following the 12th-minute dismissal of Kyle Amor for a high tackle on Wigan winger Liam Marshall, but eventually went down 29-18 at the DW Stadium in their first match since sacking coach Keiron Cunningham.
Free-scoring Castleford, meanwhile, ran in seven tries as they produced a dominant display to beat Wakefield 42-24. With Saints requiring a mammoth effort being a man down for so long and with the Tigers in phenomenal form, we just cannot see past an away win here.
Wigan to win at Wakefield by more than 10 points @ 91/100
Wakefield went into their game at leaders Castleford on a run of five wins in six games but were blown away, conceding six tries in the first half on the way to a 42-24 defeat.
Wigan ended a three-match losing streak and a run of four games without a win with a Good Friday victory over St Helens, who played 68 minutes with 10 men, with Joe Burgess and Liam Marshall crossing twice and confidence will be high.
Warrington to beat Huddersfield by more than 14 points @ 91/100
After six games without a victory, Warrington have now won two in a row after a 19-10 win at Widnes which coach Tony Smith described as “gutsy”. Matty Russell and Ryan Atkins joined the growing injury list but with their tails up, the Wolves will be hungry for another two points and we agree.
Hudderfield’s miserable season continued as the 29-22 home defeat by Catalans made it seven games without a win, which left them rooted in the bottom four. Coach Rick Stone accused his side of self-destructing, adding: “They’ve got to start taking some responsibility for some of the things they’re doing out on the field.”