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Gareth Copley

Free rugby league tips, best bets and analysis for Catalans Dragons v Wigan Warriors and Huddersfield Giants v Castleford Tigers in the Betfred Super League.

where to watch

Huddersfield Giants v Castleford Tigers
Sky Sports Arena, 3:15 p.m. Saturday

Catalans Dragons v Wigan Warriors
Sky Sports Arena, 5:30 p.m. Saturday

Best bets

Catalan Dragoons
1pt 8-11 general

Huddersfield Giants -6
1pt Evs bet365, Hills


Wigan narrowly preserved their 100 per cent start to the new Betfred Super League season with a 29-28 win at Toulouse last week and the Warriors remained in France for arguably their toughest test of the season until present Saturday.

The Cherry & Whites enter the Dragons’ lair at the weekend but are underdogs to go five out of five against the Catalans, runners-up in last year’s Grand Final in Perpignan.

The Dragons made an inauspicious start to the new campaign, suffering a hammering at their Old Trafford conquerors, St Helens. They recovered with three straight wins but didn’t look too convincing.

The Catalans worked hard to secure narrow wins over Wakefield and Leeds, who had picked up just one win in nine matches between them before Wakey’s game against Toulouse on Friday, but last week’s win at Warrington looked a lot like more to that.

The Dragons overcame a number of absences to record their first victory at the Halliwell Jones in 11 years, but they are nearing full strength for the visiting Warriors and receive the provisional vote in what should be an intriguing contest.

Huddersfield are another side to have had an encouraging start to the season, winning three of their four matches, with their attack particularly on song.

The Giants plundered 114 points in their four outings, which is bad news for a Castleford defense that has been less than convincing near its own try line.

The Tigers were tamed by Salford, Warrington and Hull Kingston Rovers in their first three outings but finally took off for the season with a seven-point victory over a depleted Hull FC in the fourth round.

However, Cas is giving up 28 points per game on average and that must be a concern against an in-form Giants offense.

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