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Solid Punts kicked off the Rugby League season in style last week, giving his members an instant win at a superb price. Here are his advised bets for this week’s batch of games between tonight and tomorrow. Good luck all!

Tonight 7:45pm
Hull FC v Castleford
Bet: Castleford win by 1-12
Odds: 3.2 Blacktype Betfred 3.15 188Bet
Stake: 1%
Rationale: Castleford got a good win at home to Catalans last week on our Winning Margin bet on them was cruely denied by a late try. This week I see no reason not to back Cas again and oppose Hull FC. FC welcome back Jake Connor to give them a much needed boost at 6 after Washbrook played there last week. FC still have the issues I talked about pre season and their defence is not particularly efficient and with only 3 out and out pprops in the squad could be a little light in the middle. Holmes and McMeeken are a big loss for Cas out on the edge but the Tigers should come through this one but especially away its hard to see them running away with it in this exact match up.

Hull FC v Castleford
Bet: Scott Taylor 1st Tryscorer
Odds: 51.00 Ladbrokes Coral Betfair Betfred SportingBet
Stake: 0.1%
Rationale: Taylor socores tries at a better rate tan this and with it being a home game this represents particularly good value to me. Id price this around the 33/1 mark

Wigan v Leeds Friday 7:45pm
Bet: Brad Singleton 1st Tryscorer
Odds: 81.00 Bet365
Stake: 0.1%
Rationale: Singleton played in the second row last week and has a habit of finding his way over the try line.In his career hes averaged more than a try ever 1 in 10 games which is good going for a prop. The reason Im recommending this at B365 is it voids if Singleton starts on the bench and Peteru starts instead which is a real possibility.

Wigan v Leeds Friday 7:45pm
Bet: Konrad Hurrell 1st Tryscorer
Odds: 21.00 Bet365 Ladbrokes Unibet SportNation
Stake: 0.1%
Rationale: Hurrell’s a big ball running centre and not only is he good value to score anytime at 3/1 but I’ll be taking him to score the 1st try too opposite Gildaart.

Wigan v Leeds Friday 7:45pm
Bet: Ash Handley1st Tryscorer
Odds: 21.00 Bet365 20 SportNation Redzone 19 Unibet
Stake: 0.1%
Rationale: Handley played pretty well in attack last week and generated an early breakk which could have seen him score the 1st try on another day. This is a nice price for a Leeds winger in a Dave Furner team who move the ball about a fair bit.

Wigan v Leeds Friday 7:45pm
Bet: Wigan win by 1-12
Odds: 3.25 188Bet Betfair PP or take 3.75 on Wigan 1-10 with Betfred will be recorded based on 1-12
Stake: 1.5%
Rationale: So last week we won on one of these teams to lose by 1-10 and lost on the other, Leeds, who weren’t good enough to lose by that small margin. Having rewatched that Leeds game they had a lot of the same leaks as last season with questionable game management at times and a lack of direction but I think their main struggles came from an inability to beat Warrington in the middle. This I’m ok with. Warrington had the best pac last year and were the best team at making metres last season. Given their signings I have them 1stt at this sill again this year. Wigan didn’t look that good in opening weeend and I think its unliely they win by 13+ here but I cat bet on this Leeds team to cover given their problems last week.

Wigan v Leeds Friday 7:45pm
Bet: Konrad Hurrell Try Anytime
Odds: 4.00 Bet365 Unibet SportNation
Stake: 1%
Rationale: Konrad Huurrell is clearly a big runing threat and while he’s gonna get overcovered like he did against Warrington he’ll be playing directly opposite Oliver Gildart. Gildart’s a solid enough defender but at 85kg he’s 15kg lighter than Hurrell and from close range thats a lot to be giving up

Wigan v Leeds Friday 7:45pm
Bet: Ash Handley Try Anytime
Odds: 4.00 Bet365 3.85 SportNation Redzone
Stake: 1%
Rationale: Last season Dave Furner was Souths assistant coach whose left winger won the league’s top tryscorer award and with Handley 3/1 here this is too big to turn down. Hurrell will be his inside centre who will attract a lot of bodies which ight free up some space on the edge for Handley to score and while I like Tom Davies on the Wigan wing his goal line defnce can get found out occasionally.

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