This one could go down to the Wire
A clash of the titans is in store at the DW Stadium on Friday night when champions Wigan take on the leaders Warrington in what promises to be the best game of the season so far.
William Hill predict it will be a closely contested affair, making the Warriors slight favourites at 8/13, Warrington are 6/5 whilst the draw is 18/1.
Both sides will come into the game with plenty of confidence after great wins last weekend. Warrington ran in fifteen tries when demolishing Harlequins 82-6 at the Halliwell Jones Stadium. There were eleven different try-scorers on the day showing off their attacking prowess.
Chris Bridge was a hat-trick hero for Warrington on the day and you can back him at 14/1 to score the first try in this one. Ben Westwood also managed a brace and he's 20/1 to go over first.
Wigan Warriors were plagued by injury and suspension when they travelled to take on the then league leaders Huddersfield last Friday night and that reflected in William Hill's odds for the game. The Giants were seen as clear favourites to win at odds of 4/7. The Warriors defied those odds though and were much the better team in a 20-6 victory.
That win left them unbeaten in the league with four wins and a draw and they lie just one point behind Warrington knowing a win would take them to the top of the ladder. Teenager Josh Charnley was the hero for Wigan last weekend scoring one and creating two more tries. You can back him at 10/1 to score first at the DW Stadium.
William Hill once again bring you a fantastic specially enhanced price for this live Super League game. The Match Winner is a hat-trick being score by any player at special odds of 13/2.
There are a wide range of markets to choose from. If you're a fan of either team and expect your side to win well then you can back them to win by 13 points or more. If you fancy Wigan to do that they are 13/5, whilst Warrington are 9/2.
You can also gain some extra value by backing either team to be winning at both half-time and full-time, Wigan can be backed at 6/5 to be do that, the visitors 19/10.
If you fancy a fun bet you can wager on whether the first video refereeing decision will lead to a try being awarded or ruled out. It's evens for try and 8/11 for no try.
This really is a hard one to call and I expect a closely fought game between the two best sides in the League this season. It could be decided by a penalty or a drop goal late in game and that's why the 10/11 on Warrington to win with a four point handicap start could be the best bet.
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