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Monday, 17 December, 2018

Warrington Wolves look comfortable at home

Hull KR struggling against Super League's big guns

Since defeat to St Helens Warrington have won their last five Super League contests
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After a shaky start to life under new coach Steve Price, Warrington have shown steady progress in recent weeks.

The new-look Wolves rattled off five straight wins to move up to third in the table after the last round of fixtures and bookmakers expect them to make that six at home to Hull KR.

Rovers have found life tough on their return to Super League and while they have shown they can at least stay in touch with most of their opponents, better opponents such as Wigan (44-6) and St Helens (30-6) have blown them away.

Warrington’s last four wins have come by between ten and 16 points so backing a home win by between 11 and 20 points makes appeal at 13-5.

Warrington to win by 11 to 20 points
1pt 13-5 Paddy Power

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The new-look Wolves have rattled off five straight wins to move up to third after the last round of fixtures
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