Warriors set for big win

  • By: Ian Millward
  • Last Updated: July 27 2014, 8:23 BST

Former Super League winner Ian Millward previews today's action in the competition, with Wigan fancied to win big.

Joel Monaghan: Key man for Warrington
Joel Monaghan: Key man for Warrington

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Bradford (+24) v Wigan - Sunday 1500

It is a long time since the Bulls last beat Wigan and perhaps now they have been relegated they can relax a little and play with more fluency. They have not won a game for a long time while the Warriors have prevailed in their last three. Wigan are very professional and go about their business well so I expect them to win and cover a big start.

Huddersfield v Catalan (+10) - Sunday 1500

The Dragons are playing really well and their home form could see them make the play-offs - where they would be tough to beat. Huddersfield have been inconsistent and there is a the feeling they just can't step up against the better teams at the moment. Catalan come over with some confidence and I will take them with the start.

Warrington v Wakefield (+22) - Sunday 1500

Wakefield's surprise wins this season seem to be over but they did have a very good win over this rival earlier in the year. Warrington lost last week but it was not a bad defeat as Widnes took their opportunities and I think they will bounce back here. I think their outside backs will be too quick, especially Joel Monaghan, who averages a try a game at home.