Bradford Bulls meet Leeds Rhinos off the back of some dismal Super League performances.
The Bulls lost 32-4 at Warrington Wolves last time out and were thumped 36-6 by Wigan Warriors before that.
The Rhinos however have won their last two league matches by margins of 34 and 24 respectively, though Bradford will no doubt see this as the perfect match to bounce back and put up a fight in this ever-intensive clash.
Leeds won twice against Bradford last season, by margins of 15 and 18, and with that in mind the Rhinos on the handicap at minus 8 at 10/11 looks a very good bet.
After just two wins in their opening nine Super League games, Hull FC picked up three wins on the spin but came unstuck against Wigan Warriors last weekend.
They only lost by eight points however, putting in a stern fight in the process, and they are fancied to see off London Broncos at the KC Stadium.
The Broncos will be buoyed by a first home league win over St Helens in 11 years, and the two sides shared an 18-18 draw at Twickenham in March, but home advantage may see Hull through here by a margin of 11-15 at 6/1.
St Helens have lost their last three games, but they should be able to see off a Widnes Vikings team with five defeats from six away games, conceding heavily along the way.
St Helens won 16-4 at Widnes in February, and they can grab their first win in over a month by a margin of 11-20 at 5/2.
Top meets second bottom with Wigan hosting Salford City Reds.
The Warriors are unbeaten in seven games since defeat to Leeds in March and have been ruthlessly picking apart sides of late, picking up 60 points or more on three occasions.
Salford may have beaten Castleford in their last outing, but it’s hard to see beyond a resounding Wigan win here, and the Warriors to win by 13 points or more on the Alternative Winning Margin at 1/6 is a solid way to finish this accumulator at 54/1.
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