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Who is Going Down?

London
6
14%
Leeds
16
37%
HKR
8
19%
Huddersfield
0
No votes
Castleford
0
No votes
Wakefield
3
7%
Wigan
0
No votes
Catalans
0
No votes
St Helens
1
2%
Hull FC
0
No votes
Warrington
1
2%
Salford
0
No votes
NOBODY: They'll change the Rules
8
19%
 
Total votes : 43

Re: Who is going to be relegated this year? Sun Jun 23, 2019 12:32 pm  

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barham red wrote:
Certainly a tough call who will and wont go down with a lot more factors coming into play then assuming bottom teams will lose to top 4 teams.

If Saints are home and hosed in 1st will they coast the last few games.
Saints, Hull and Wire are in the cup and that usually sees patchy league form around the games
Players are now signed for other clubs, i.e. Abdul is apparently a HKR player in 2020, how will that affect him either consciously or sub-consciously.
Leeds have Agar in charge ;)

Reckon this could go right down to the last game, just hope we're not in it.

Just when you think things could not get worse. :lol:
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Re: Who is going to be relegated this year? Sun Jun 23, 2019 1:21 pm  

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Leeds are my prediction.
Re: Who is going to be relegated this year? Sun Jun 23, 2019 9:42 pm  

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I've done a little predictor mainly for fun as there's too many caveats to be anything like accurate. what might be crucial are games against any CC semi finalists and finalists around that time, as well as the usual form, injuries and unpredictibility factors. heres what i ended up with.

Hull kr

current points 12

1. Hull home – loss
2. Wigan away – loss
3. Leeds away – loss
4. Huddersfield home – win
5. Cas home – win
6. Wigan away – loss
7. Wakey home – win
8. Catalans away – loss
9. London home – win
10. Salford away – loss

final points 20

Leeds

current points 12

1. Catalans home – win
2. Cas away – loss
3. Hull kr home – win
4. Hull home – loss
5. Huddersfield away – loss
6. Catalans home – win
7. Saints home – loss
8. London away – loss
9. Salford home – win
10. Warrington home – loss

final points 20

London

current points 14

1. Cas away – loss
2. Warrington home – loss
3. Hull FC away – loss
4. Saints home – loss
5. Salford home – win
6. Cas away – win
7. Catalans away - loss
8. Leeds home – win
9. Hull kr away – loss
10. Wakey away – loss

final points 20

Huddersfield

current points 14

1. Wakefield away – win
2. Salford away – loss
3. Catalans home – win
4. Hull kr away – loss
5. Leeds home – win
6. Salford away – loss
7. Cas away – loss
8. Hull fc away – loss
9. Saints away – loss
10. Catalans home – win

final points 22


Wakefield

current points 16

1. Hudds home – loss
2. Catalans away – loss
3. Cas home – loss
4. Wigan away – loss
5. Saints away – loss
6. Hull fc home – win
7. Hull kr away – loss
8. Wigan home – loss
9. Warrington away – loss
10. London home – win

final points - 20

so if that all works out it will be a bit tight and will make for great drama in the last 2 or 3 rounds. of course it won't but its just a bit of fun. feel free to amend as you think it will go
Last edited by the artist on Mon Jun 24, 2019 11:08 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: Who is going to be relegated this year? Sun Jun 23, 2019 10:39 pm  

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the artist wrote:
I've done a little predictor ....... but its just a bit of fun. feel free to amend as you think it will go

London Broncos last 3 games are the key...Leeds at Home, HKR and Wakefield Away.......on current form you'd back them to take the 6 points, but that's september.......not June
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£20 a ticket and £15 on beer and merchandise.....so an away fan is worth £35. At best, 1,000 is the average away support split across 11 rounds and I am being really generous here, so Toronto, replacing say Wakefield will cost a SL club £35,000.
The minimum turnover of a SL club is £4,000,000 so Toronto instead of Widnes is worth less than 1% of a SL clubs turnover.

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Re: Who is going to be relegated this year? Mon Jun 24, 2019 10:14 am  

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the artist wrote:
I've done a little predictor mainly for fun as there's too many caveats to be anything like accurate. what might be crucial are games against any CC semi finalists and finalists around that time, as well as the usual form, injuries and unpredictibility factors. heres what i ended up with.

Hull kr

current points 12

1. Hull home – loss
2. Wigan away – loss
3. Leeds away – loss
4. Huddersfield home – win
5. Cas home – win
6. Wigan away – loss
7. Wakey home – win
8. Catalans away – loss
9. London home – win
10. Salford away – loss

final points 20

Leeds

current points 12

1. Catalans home – win
2. Cas away – loss
3. Hull kr home – win
4. Hull home – loss
5. Huddersfield away – loss
6. Catalans home – win
7. Saints home – loss
8. London away – loss
9. Salford home – win
10. Warrington home – loss

final points 20

London

current points 14

1. Cas away – loss
2. Warrington home – loss
3. Hull FC away – loss
4. Saints home – loss
5. Salford home – win
6. Cas away – win
7. Catalans away - loss
8. Leeds home – win
9. Hull kr away – loss
10. Wakey away – loss

final points 20

Huddersfield

current points 14

1. Wakefield away – win
2. Salford away – loss
3. Catalans home – win
4. Hull kr away – loss
5. Leeds home – win
6. Salford away – loss
7. Cas away – loss
8. Hull fc away – loss
9. Saints away – loss
10. Catalans home – win

final points 22


Wakefield

current points 16

1. Hudds home – loss
2. Catalans home – loss
3. Cas home – loss
4. Wigan away – loss
5. Saints away – loss
6. Hull fc home – win
7. Hull kr away – loss
8. Wigan home – loss
9. Warrington away – loss
10. London home – win

final points - 20

so if that all works out it will be a bit tight and will make for great drama in the last 2 or 3 rounds. of course it won't but its just a bit of fun. feel free to amend as you think it will go


Wakefield will more or less return to a full outfit in the next few weeks with 5 or 6 players returning - It would be extremely disappointing if we could not pick our form up to win more than 2 of our remaining games.
Re: Who is going to be relegated this year? Mon Jun 24, 2019 10:27 am  
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IMO

current points 16

1. Hudds home – Win
2. Catalans home – Win
3. Cas home – loss
4. Wigan away – loss
5. Saints away – loss
6. Hull fc home – loss
7. Hull kr away – Win
8. Wigan home – loss
9. Warrington away – loss
10. London home – Win

final points - 24
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Re: Who is going to be relegated this year? Mon Jun 24, 2019 11:12 am  

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Wakefield will more or less return to a full outfit in the next few weeks with 5 or 6 players returning - It would be extremely disappointing if we could not pick our form up to win more than 2 of our remaining games.


yeah i thought you would get troops back but i feel confidence might be a bit low currently, hence the 3 losses in the next 3 outings (though the next game is going to be pretty big). beyond that you have some tough fixtures. i guess hull kr away will be a big game. (also you're playing catalans away from home - my mistake)
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Re: Who is going to be relegated this year? Mon Jun 24, 2019 1:57 pm  

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Leeds playing Catalans (arguably both teams currently have no form) is interesting this weekend. If Leeds lose to the current Catalanshambles then they're really in the brown stuff.

I'm not expecting anything from the derby apart from another hit on our pts diff but will Hull implode again like previous times this year?
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Re: Who is going to be relegated this year? Mon Jun 24, 2019 5:21 pm  

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Think London are a couple of injuries away from relegation. Leeds and HKR have the depth, London unfortunately IMO do not.
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Re: Who is going to be relegated this year? Mon Jun 24, 2019 9:19 pm  

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Think London are a couple of injuries away from relegation. Leeds and HKR have the depth, London unfortunately IMO do not.

You won't get much argument from London fans on this point, but the squad seems to be pretty much playing as a Unit and we've coped pretty well so far........even the players who've been signed for other sides next year (or are being tapped up) seem to be giving that extra %.....
....confidence is key. At no stage have London been "hammered' this year....I think we've only shipped 40 points twice and I know we've scored 40 twice against Wakefield alone....we've been involved in some close games and seem to have a "never say die" attitude......and we are o a run of 4 wins and a 2 point loss in the last 5 games...we are the form team in the competition!
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£20 a ticket and £15 on beer and merchandise.....so an away fan is worth £35. At best, 1,000 is the average away support split across 11 rounds and I am being really generous here, so Toronto, replacing say Wakefield will cost a SL club £35,000.
The minimum turnover of a SL club is £4,000,000 so Toronto instead of Widnes is worth less than 1% of a SL clubs turnover.

There are many valid reasons for and against expansion into America, but "AWAY FANS" isn't one of them. :BEAT:
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