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Coral Challenge Cup: sixth-round draw betting reaction

St Helens favourites despite tricky Huddersfield trip

Tony Gigot and Mickael Simon celebrate with the Challenge Cup after Catalans Dragons beat Warrington Wolves at Wembley Stadium
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St Helens are just 10-3 favourites to win the Coral Challenge Cup despite being handed a tricky-looking trip to Huddersfield Giants in the sixth round.

Saints, who last won the trophy in 2008, face a Giants side who have hit form in recent weeks with three wins in their last four matches to lift themselves off the bottom of the Betfred Super League.

The glamour tie of the round has paired Warrington Wolves with Wigan Warriors at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.

Warrington are 7-2 second favourites to win the competition for the ninth time but must negotiate their way past the competition's most successful side.

Wigan have lifted the famous trophy a record 19 times and are 6-1 fourth favourites to make it 20.

Other eye-catching ties include Bradford Bulls entertaining old adversaries Leeds Rhinos, while Castleford travel to Hull FC.

Holders Catalans Dragons are a general 12-1 to retain their trophy at Wembley in August and stay at home for their tie with Betfred Championship side Doncaster.

Coral Challenge Cup sixth round (May 11/12)

Salford Red Devils v Hull Kingston Rovers
Dewsbury Rams v Halifax
Warrington Wolves v Wigan Warriors
Bradford Bulls v Leeds Rhinos
Hull FC v Castleford Tigers
Catalans Dragons v Doncaster
Huddersfield Giants v St Helens
Wakefield Trinity v Widnes Vikings

Betting 10-3 St Helens (Betfred, BoyleSports), 7-2 Warrington (Betfred, Betway, BoyleSports), 6 Castleford (Betway), 6 Wigan (general), 10 Hull FC (Betfred), 10 Leeds (Betfred, Betway), 12 Catalans (general), 20 Wakefield (BoyleSports), 25 Huddersfield (general), 40 bar.


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Saints, who last won the trophy in 2008, face a Giants side who have hit form in recent weeks with three wins in their last four matches
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