Price Boost: Tommy Makinson and Adam Swift given try enhancement

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Saint Helens travel to the KC Lightstream Stadium later today looking to end a prolonged barren spell against Hull KR in the Super league.

Keiron Cunningham’s saints have failed to beat Rovers on their last seven visits to East Riding, but with a perfect record of six wins from six games this season the league leaders will be confident of ending that hoodoo.

And should the visitors get the monkey off their back the Saints players might not be the only ones smiling, with Ladbrokes boosting two of the table-toppers to score.

Backing both Tommy Makinson and Adam Swift to go over could be the way to go with he bookmaker boosting the odds from 5/2 to a more tempting 7/2.

Makinson is in fine form this year, as the Saints second top scorer with four tries and one assist from his six appearances, while Swift has chipped in with two tries of his own including going over in the 32-24 win over Warrington last time out.

If the duo can live up to expectations and add to their tallies in front of the Sky Sports cameras you have to fancy Saints’ chances of inflicting a third loss in four games on The Robins.

And should that happen, there are more ways to get in on the action with Ladbrokes, now the official betting partner to the Super League, offering another Price Boost on this week’s action.

Backing Castleford and Warrington to beat Hull FC and Huddersfield alongside a Saints victory will also tempt after the bookmaker boosted the odds from 7/4 to 2/1.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.