Tonight match see’s newly promoted Leigh Centurions take on last years Super League champions Leeds Rhinos at Headingly. Can Leigh cause a major upset and beat the Rhinos , lets find out.
The Centurions have won all their games so far in the qualifiers and secured their place in Super League next season after a 48-40 against the Huddersfield Giants. However they face a massive challenge if they are to keep their 100% winning form as they take on last years treble winner the Leeds Rhinos.
Leeds will be back to full strength once again as they take on the strong Centurions side , a win for the Rhinos would see them finish top of the Qualifiers and it could me a lot for the other teams in the Qualifiers with Huddersfield , Hull Kr and Salford struggling with one of those teams being relegated to the Championship. The treble winners have just one defeat with them losing to the Huddersfield Giants who this weekend face Hull KR the winner of that match will take place in the MPG for sure but the question is who will it be.
Below are both squads for tonight’s match at Headingly:
Leigh Centurions Squad
Mitch Brown, Travis Burns, Matty Dawson, Andrew Dixon, Josh Drinkwater, Harrison Hansen, Micky Higham, Adam Higson, Gareth Hock, Sam Hopkins, Gregg McNally, Reni Maitua, Fuifui Moimoi, Martyn Ridyard, Lee Smith, Danny Tickle, Willie Tonga, Dayne Weston, Greg Worthington.
Leeds Rhinos Squad
Tom Briscoe, Kallum Watkins, Joel Moon, Ryan Hall, Adam Cuthbertson, Jamie Jones-Buchanan, Carl Ablett, Stevie Ward, Liam Sutcliffe, Brad Singleton, Jimmy Keinhorst, Anthony Mullally, Ash Handley, Ashton Golding, Jordan Lilley, Brett Ferres, Sam Hallas, Cameron Smith, James Segeyaro.