Discussion in 'English Super League' started by Foreign Legion, Jul 30, 2018.
Yes but we’re getting closer. Still guaranteed SL next year. Are the Dobbins safe yet?
Widnes in real trouble now, they need to win big in their remaining 3 games and hope other results go their way to even have a chance of making the Million Pound Game. Looking very likely that one of Toronto, London and Toulouse will be in SL next year.
1 Salford Red Devils 4/8
2 Leeds Rhinos 4/6
3 Hull Kingston Rovers 4/6
4 Toronto Wolfpack 4/4
5 London Broncos 4/4
6 Toulouse Olympique 4/4
7 Widnes Vikings 4/0
8 Halifax RLFC 4/0
Leeds v Salford (close match Leeds will win)
Widnes v Halifax (Battle of the Wooden Spoon on Sky)
Toronto v Toulouse (Head says Toronto heart says Toulouse )
Hull KR v London (London has a chance)
Bad loss for Toulouse against London, cant see them beating Toronto. London will give us a game and losing Quinlan with ACL is a big blow, we should take them at home though. Salford should beat Leeds on form. Widnes to pick up their only win of the comp.
Not yet I think 10 is the safe word
Has anybody paid any attention at all to the super league 8? I mean the super league clubs have a point in that it's a complete waste of time, nobody is interested
Yet they voted for it and got a £300,000 backhander for doing so..
London by 40 against the scum, please.
That's because of the standard of the league, not the system they are playing to, in my opinion. Apply an 8's concept to this years final NRL table and you've got the makings of an exciting competition. Clearly no obvious solution in the current climate but today's vote is a blatant power grab by the super league clubs
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