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 Post subject: Re: Relegation
PostPosted: Sun Jun 23, 2019 6:48 pm 
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Marty Grrrrrrrrrr! wrote:6 or 7 wins seems an extremely high amount. How many do you see London and KRnt winning?

For me we need to beat KR LONDON and the Giants which should be enough given our pts diff.






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 Post subject: Re: Relegation
PostPosted: Sun Jun 23, 2019 7:00 pm 
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Wakey's fixtures:
Huddersfield (h)
Catalans (a)
Castleford (h)
Wigan (a)
St Helens (a)
Hull (h)
Hull KR (a)
Wigan (h)
Warrington (a)
London (h)

Giants fixtures:
Wakefield (a)
Salford (a)
Catalans (h)
Hull KR (a)
Leeds (h)
Salford (a)
Castleford (h)
Hull (a)
St Helens (a)
Catalans (h)

London's fixtures
Castleford (a)
Warrington (h)
Hull (a)
St Helens (h)
Salford (h)
Castleford (a)
Catalans (a)
Leeds (h)
Hull KR (a)
Wakefield (a)

Rhinos fixtures
Catalans (h)
Castleford (a)
Hull KR (h)
Hull (h)
Huddersfield (a)
Catalans (h)
St Helens (h)
London (a)
Salford (h)
Warrington (h

Hull KR's fixtures
Hull FC(h)
Wigan (a)
Leeds (a)
Huddersfield (h)
Castleford (h)
Wigan (a)
Wakefield (h)
Catalans (a)
London (h)
Salford (a)

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 Post subject: Re: Relegation
PostPosted: Sun Jun 23, 2019 7:11 pm 
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The Chin's Back wrote:Wakey's fixtures:
Huddersfield (h)
Catalans (a)
Castleford (h)
Wigan (a)
St Helens (a)
Hull (h)
Hull KR (a)
Wigan (h)
Warrington (a)
London (h)

Giants fixtures:
Wakefield (a)
Salford (a)
Catalans (h)
Hull KR (a)
Leeds (h)
Salford (a)
Castleford (h)
Hull (a)
St Helens (a)
Catalans (h)

London's fixtures
Castleford (a)
Warrington (h)
Hull (a)
St Helens (h)
Salford (h)
Castleford (a)
Catalans (a)
Leeds (h)
Hull KR (a)
Wakefield (a)

Rhinos fixtures
Catalans (h)
Castleford (a)
Hull KR (h)
Hull (h)
Huddersfield (a)
Catalans (h)
St Helens (h)
London (a)
Salford (h)
Warrington (h

Hull KR's fixtures
Hull FC(h)
Wigan (a)
Leeds (a)
Huddersfield (h)
Castleford (h)
Wigan (a)
Wakefield (h)
Catalans (a)
London (h)
Salford (a)




I still think London will finish bottom especially looking at their run over the next 6 weeks, that said, if they beat us I might change my verdict and we will be well and truly in the mix. It would be entertaining if we got to the final 2 weeks and there were 4 sides in the relegation mix.

When did we last have a good relegation battle in SL , 2006?






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 Post subject: Re: Relegation
PostPosted: Sun Jun 23, 2019 7:33 pm 
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Towns88 wrote:I still think London will finish bottom especially looking at their run over the next 6 weeks, that said, if they beat us I might change my verdict and we will be well and truly in the mix. It would be entertaining if we got to the final 2 weeks and there were 4 sides in the relegation mix.

When did we last have a good relegation battle in SL , 2006?

I think it will go down the the wire. London’s last 3 fixtures are Leeds, Hull kr and Wakefield. One of the 4 will be relegated so those 3 fixtures will be crucial.

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 Post subject: Re: Relegation
PostPosted: Sun Jun 23, 2019 7:48 pm 
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Should really be taking 4 points off Catalans at home twice and HKR and Salford at home should also be big targets for points that's 8 and should hopefully be enough.

We have no excuses really if we finish bottom looking at the run in.






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 Post subject: Re: Relegation
PostPosted: Sun Jun 23, 2019 8:39 pm 
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Injuries will have a part to play.

I would say we have the next 6 games to get points in the bank. If we leave it too late it could get extremely dodgy. It will also make it harder for us to plan for 2020.

If we can get Ward back fully fit it’s going to help.

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 Post subject: Re: Relegation
PostPosted: Sun Jun 23, 2019 9:36 pm 
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RHINO-MARK wrote:For me we need to beat KR LONDON and the Giants which should be enough given our pts diff.

In answer to both the above, the fixture list us favourable and i think 6-7 wins is achievable. I don’t nt think Huddersfield London or Hull Kr will win more than 3-4. But if London win 4 we have to win 5 and one more than hull kr to be sure, it also worries me that other sides shall we say wont try quite so hard to beat The others, so we gave to make sure we are well out of it and have some breathing room with 2-3 games to go. So by my logic 6 wins will do it.

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 Post subject: Re: Relegation
PostPosted: Sun Jun 23, 2019 10:12 pm 
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lionarmour87 wrote:I think the thing that Sinny still has on his side is the Club teamwise has been going down the Swanny since 2016 ,but it looks like we haven't hit the bottom yet


I fear you may be right. Fingers crossed we can stay up, if so next year will still be very tough I reckon.

Given we have exited Watkins, moving others is obviously going to be very difficult.

At present we have a lot of players coming off contract end of 2020. Ablett, Tom briscoe, cuthbo, Dwyer, Myler, Parcell, peteru singleton and Ward.

Sinfield said it may take years and it may be 2021 to see much light.

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 Post subject: Re: Relegation
PostPosted: Sun Jun 23, 2019 10:35 pm 
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Mark Laurie wrote:I fear you may be right. Fingers crossed we can stay up, if so next year will still be very tough I reckon.

Given we have exited Watkins, moving others is obviously going to be very difficult.

At present we have a lot of players coming off contract end of 2020. Ablett, Tom briscoe, cuthbo, Dwyer, Myler, Parcell, peteru singleton and Ward.

Sinfield said it may take years and it may be 2021 to see much light.


Obviously Parcell will be gone by the end of the week but replace his name with Lunt. I still believe that Ablett, JJB, Cuthbertson, Golding, Ferres will be gone at the end of the season, with the possibility of Singleton added to that. Ward and Peteru need a huge end of 2019 and 2020 to put themselves forward for new contracts after both have had their injury worries.

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 Post subject: Re: Relegation
PostPosted: Mon Jun 24, 2019 6:09 am 
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rollin thunder wrote:In answer to both the above, the fixture list us favourable and i think 6-7 wins is achievable. I don’t nt think Huddersfield London or Hull Kr will win more than 3-4. But if London win 4 we have to win 5 and one more than hull kr to be sure, it also worries me that other sides shall we say wont try quite so hard to beat The others, so we gave to make sure we are well out of it and have some breathing room with 2-3 games to go. So by my logic 6 wins will do it.

I like your optimism but you think we’re going to turn around into a 60% win ratio...?

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