St Helens v Castleford • Rugby • League • Tip Preview

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St Helens v Castleford

This sports betting tip was written by Sandy on June 12th, 2009 at 16:50

Over 55.5 points.

This should be a really high scoring game. Both sides love to throw it around and although Saints are strong favs Castleford have shown plenty of times this season that they can trouble any defence and have the quality to score plenty of points.

The weather is perfect, as will be the pitch, this is important to Saints as their best rugby always comes at this point in the season. Long and Pryce will get plenty of space against Cas and we seen them combine perfectly earlier in the season as they crushed the Tigers at the jungle running in 12 trys and 68 points in total.

Cas did manage 22 points in that game and i think they can post a similar total tonight. They have scored some fantastic trys this season and they do love to work it wide to either side, where Saints can be slightly suspect at times. Chase is having a fine season so hopefully he can get enough ball in the right areas to give St Helens problems.

I do think though the Tigers are a bit weak in the forwards and i expect to see Puletua, Clough, Fa'asavalu and Cunningham really steamroller them in the last 30 mins to run in plenty of scores.

Saints v Cas over 55.5 points with ladbrokes.

Pick : over 55.5 points

Odds : 1.83 @ Ladbrokes - {click here and claim a £ 50 Free Bet}

Stake: 10/10

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