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Tanya Arnold presents the weekly review programme of all the latest Super League Rugby games.
Tanya Arnold presents highlights, analysis and features from the latest round of matches in Super League. Warrington and Castleford were two of the preseason favourites to win the Super League title and they meet in what should be a thrilling encounter at the Halliwell Jones Stadium. The head coaches of both teams have been calling for a more entertaining style of play in this new season, and the match promises to be one of the key games in the first month of the season. The champions Wigan got the defence of their title off to a winning start, and they look to make it two wins out of two when they face Widnes. The Vikings lost their opening match of the season but won twice in Wigan last year and will be hoping for a third consecutive win at the DW Stadium. Newly promoted Leigh take on St Helens, Leeds face Salford, Huddersfield play Wakefield and Hull FC are at home to Catalans.
The latest highlights from the Super League as the season reaches round three with a couple of fiery derby matches on the schedule. Castleford Tigers host Leeds Rhinos at The Jungle. The last meeting between the teams ended in a 52-12 victory for Castleford, so the Rhinos will be out for revenge against their local rivals. Leigh Centurions's tough schedule continues when they visit the champions Wigan. The two towns are separated by just seven miles so an intense atmosphere is guaranteed as newly promoted Leigh look to find their feet in the top division. Salford have a home game against Warrington. Last year this fixture produced one of the matches of the season as Warrington recovered from a 18-point deficit to win the game with a drop goal scored right on the final hooter. Huddersfield play Hull FC, St Helens face Wakefield and Catalans are at home to Widnes.
Highlights from the Super League as Warrington take on Wigan in a repeat of last year's grand final. Wigan claimed the Super League title with victory by 12 points to six in that match and both teams are amongst the favourites to return to Old Trafford this year. The two other semi-finalists from last season, Hull FC and St Helens, meet at the Kcom Stadium, Leeds play Catalans and Wakefield take on Salford. Castleford look to maintain their great start to the season when they travel to Widnes, and newly promoted Leigh take on Huddersfield.
Tanya Arnold presents highlights, analysis and features from the latest round of matches in Super League.
Catalans were unbeaten through the first three rounds of the competition and face a St Helens side hoping to improve on their early season form. Luke Walsh will be a key player for Catalans against his former club.
Huddersfield Giants take on the champions Wigan, who were unbeaten in the first month of the season, when they were also victorious in the World Club Series. The Giants are looking to become the first visiting team to win at the DW Stadium this season.
Meanwhile, Leigh will be looking to repeat their impressive performance against St Helens when they take on Warrington. Plus, Salford play Castleford, Hull FC face Widnes and there is a West Yorkshire derby at Headingley, where Leeds are at home to Wakefield.
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