Super League predictions: Round 25 betting tips

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This weekend marks the second round of the Super 8s in our Super League predictions. The race for the Grand Final hots up as the top eight teams continue their quest to reach October’s Old Trafford showpiece.

We have studied the odds ahead of the round and in our Super League accumulator tips, a £5 stake will return around £55 if all four recommended bets come in.

Leeds Rhinos to beat Wakefield Trinity by more than 10 points @ 91/100

Leeds bounced back from their Challenge Cup semi-final defeat to Hull FC with a convincing 32-16 victory over Wigan Warriors last week to cement second place in the table.

Wakefield’s top-four hopes are fading after a 36-6 trouncing by Huddersfield Giants – their fifth defeat in seven games – and are unlikely to stop Leeds from moving closer to a semi-final place.

Castleford Tigers to beat Salford Red Devils by more than 10 points @ 91/100

Castleford are expected to bounce back from their first home loss of the season – 26-12 against St Helens – to put one hand on the League Leaders’ Shield.

Salford are in freefall, losing their last five fixtures in all competitions, and are vulnerable in fourth with Saints breathing down their neck.

St Helens to beat Hull FC @ 57/100

Justin Holbrook’s side are fancied to leapfrog Salford and Wakefield into fourth as they bid for a fifth consecutive win.

Hull also come into the clash in form, winning their last three games in all competitions, but home advantage may just give Saints the edge.

Huddersfield Giants to lose by less than eight points against Wigan Warriors @ 91/100

Huddersfield are one of the form teams in the league, winning six of their last nine games, but will face a backlash from Wigan this week.

The inconsistent Warriors were well beaten at Leeds last week and coach Shaun Wane wants a response, with a narrow victory likely as they aim to keep their slim semi-final hopes alive.

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Tony has been a journalist for more than 25 years, with past positions including Press Association betting editor, Teletext Sport betting editor and Sport Newspapers deputy racing editor. A Manchester United and Salford Red Devils supporter, he spends much of his spare time walking his two pet greyhounds.

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