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Craig Porter 16th May 2009 - 9:22

Saturday's live Super League will go to The Wire

Warrington cross the country to play Hull FC at the KC Stadium in tonight's live Super League game on Sky Sports.

With Hull missing many key players, including the influential Shaun Berrigan and Graeme Horne, this will be an ideal opportunity for the Warrington side to get back to winning ways after their disappointing defeat to Hull KR at Murrayfield.

Prior to that game The Wire had managed two convincing victories over Bradford and Huddersfield and were finally looking like they'd got the Mr Hyde side of this season's unpredictable performances under control.

Indeed, they started well in Edinburgh and it was Rovers' determination that saw them come back from 16-6 down rather than Warrington's faults and with two minutes to go the Cheshire side were only two points from victory.

In our weekly Super League podcast, pundit and former pro Terry O'Connor, feels that Warrington will be confident and too hungry for the Airlie Birds who themselves have managed to produce some consistent performances of late looking for their third consecutive win following a run of five losses.

In the 80 Minute match betting Warrington can be backed at a generous Even Money. If you're confident of a dominant performance there are alternative handicaps available including Warrington (-4) at 13/8 or a whopping 5/2 giving up an eight-point start.


Chris Hicks has scored 8 tries in the last three games

Looking through the range of over 30 markets available with William Hill, the 6/4 about Warrington scoring more than 24 points (Total Away Points) stands out a mile when you consider that The Wire have scored an average of 42 points in each of their last three games.

A big contribution to those high scores has come from Chris Hicks' eight tries. As a result he is a meagre 4/5 to score a try tonight but still sits at a tempting 12/1 in the first try scorer market.

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