High-flying Wolves ready to bounce back after blip
Broncos can make table-toppers dig deep
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Warrington have coasted through the Qualifiers so far and odds of 1-6 suggest the Wolves should make light work of Championship club London.
Tony Smith's team are well on their way to securing their spot in next year's Betfred Super League having defeated Widnes, Catalans and Halifax in this mini-league.
Last time out they put in a lackadaisical performance against second-tier Fax and scraped home 22-8 having kicked off as 40-point favourites at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
Last year's Grand Final runners-up should have Kurt Gidley back from injury and are unlikely to be as out of sorts again.
However, they may still have to work hard for success against the Broncos.
Andrew Henderson's team are unbeaten in their last 11 games at their Ealing home. Their only two defeats in front of their own fans this year came by six points to Championship top dogs Hull KR and by four points to Toronto in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup.
Despite not winning in the Qualifiers, the Broncos have certainly been competitive with a draw against Featherstone sandwiched between narrow away losses to Hull KR and Catalans.
London have two ex-Wolves in their ranks in Rhys Williams and Ben Evans, who are 7-4 and 6-1 to touch down, but the best bet may be in the winning-margin market.
Warrington's three away wins in 2017 have come by six, nine and 14 points so covering a winning margin of between six and 15 points looks the way to go.
Warrington to win by six to ten points
1pt 6-1 Betfred, Betway
Warrington to win by 11 to 15 points
1pt 11-2 Betway