Relegation

Relegation

Post by KTK » Sun, 20 Aug 2006 20:17:39


Looking at the run in my money's on the wakey cas game end of season winners
takes all and stays up both have a tough run in now, should be a cracker of
a game.

Kyhan

 
 
 

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Post by John Turne » Sun, 20 Aug 2006 21:33:27

"KTK"  wrote

Quote:
> Looking at the run in my money's on the wakey cas game end of season
> winners takes all and stays up both have a tough run in now, should be a
> cracker of a game.

It's looking that way, and on current form Cas must be favourites to take
the drop, unless of course both they and Wakey manage to get enough points
to overtake Huddersfield.

Wakefield's point difference is also vastly superior to Cas by over 200+,
which would of course be a big advantage if they both ended up with the same
number of points.

John.

 
 
 

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Post by Mark Rayno » Wed, 23 Aug 2006 04:38:51

I feel that Cas will spring a "surprise" in the next 3 weeks by beating
BOTh Salford and Harlequins.

Being a regular myself, don't be fooled by the large scorelines against
us - This season, once a match is gone, it's gone big style and the last
2 games against Saints and Bradford were not realistically winnable. The
last 3 games are.

Wakey have Saints and Bulls next followed by Cas

Looking at this, unless the Wildcats can get an unexpected victory (best
bet probably the Saints after the cup final) then I see Cas picking up
at least 1 win from the next 2 games and this being a 3 point gap going
into the last week.

Having said all that though, it will probably come down to the last
match with my tipping record!!! :-)

Cheers

Mark :-)



Quote:

>"KTK"  wrote

>> Looking at the run in my money's on the wakey cas game end of season
>> winners takes all and stays up both have a tough run in now, should be a
>> cracker of a game.

>It's looking that way, and on current form Cas must be favourites to take
>the drop, unless of course both they and Wakey manage to get enough points
>to overtake Huddersfield.

>Wakefield's point difference is also vastly superior to Cas by over 200+,
>which would of course be a big advantage if they both ended up with the same
>number of points.

>John.

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