Take Rhinos to cover
Our columnist and Cas Tigers coach Ian Millward previews this weekend's action in Super League and the NRL.
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The big news for my Castleford side ahead of the trip to Hull KR is that Weller Hauraki is back from suspension and there is also a chance that Keith Mason could play.
We thought we played very well last week in the first half against London but then went away from everything we had done in training in attack. There was a 10-minute period where they scored three tries which shocked us and sent us into a bit of a cocoon.
We believe if we can reproduce the first-half display we will be more than competitive this week. The club has not won at Hull KR since 1994 and we want to end that run on Sunday.
Wakefield (+12) v Leeds (Postponed until Sunday)
History shows that this is a good game for Leeds but Wakefield have won two of the last three so perhaps they are getting a little bit closer. I am keen on Leeds here with Tim Smith out injured which means the Wildcats won't function as well. The snow and rain means that a start of 12 becomes quite a lot but I am going for the Rhinos to win and cover.