London Broncos (@2.37) vs Leeds Rhinos (@1.61)
26-08-2019

Our Prediction:

Leeds Rhinos will win

London Broncos – Leeds Rhinos Match Prediction | 26-08-2019 10:00

By no means is this a sure thing though. We think the end result and our pick for a London Broncos vs Leeds Rhinos prediction is that the away team win to further strengthen their confidence in getting back to the Super League. Momentum and a home-field advantage have helped many-a side to victory, but we have to go on what seems most likely.

This game has turned into a huge four-pointer at the bottom of the table with London full of confidence after a great win over Wakefield last week. The importance of this game will not be lost on Leeds and that could place them under pressure with London coming into the game as underdogs. They might find the freedom to throw the ball around and plunge Leeds into an even worse position than they currently find themselves in. Compare that to Leeds who looked abject in their loss to Castleford and their lack of self-belief could open the door for the Broncos.

Before the Toulouse match, they also suffered a devastating 48-12 loss against Warrington, who completely outmatched them throughout the 80 minutes. As you can no doubt tell, the optimism for the away side in many London Broncos vs Leeds Rhinos betting tips will have been significantly influenced by their last performance. They lost all their Super League games throughout June and July with the exception of that 34-0 win against Widnes.

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Fans shouldnt be so quick to discount the Broncos though, with medium risk odds of 2/1 from Ladbrokes on a home side match result. By far, the least likely outcome is a draw between the two sides, so high risk punters can back the 80 minutes of play to go to a stalemate to take advantage of William Hills competitive 22/1 odds. The London Broncos vs Leeds Rhinos best odds see the away side going into this Super League qualifiers match as the favourites. Paddy Power are giving the Rhinos match odds of 4/9 and 10/11 odds of winning with a handicap of -6, making both of these bets pretty safe ones to make.

If you need to collect your tickets on Friday please head to the collections point at the Ticket Office (entrance is street side on St Michaels Lane). Turnstiles open at 5.30pm on Friday and only South Stand Season Members and match ticket purchasers can use the South Stand turnstiles the St Michaels Lane and Kirkstall Lane turnstiles allow access for all match tickets. Bag searches are in operation at all turnstiles & bags must not be larger than an A4 piece of paper in size. Please note that all cards and tickets will be checked upon entry into the stands and if you have any issues with your match day experience please text our fans phone on 07500 312 832.

Located underneath the Long Bar, the Kids Zone is the perfect place to entertain young Rhinos fans in a safe environment upon arrival at Emerald Headingley Stadium. This Friday, kids can enjoy face painting, balloon twisting, a DJ and disco, a visit from Ronnie the Rhino, skills and drills from qualified Leeds Rhinos Foundation staff including the inflatable passing skill zone! Find the new Kids Zone in the cricket nets in the cricket East Stand; the entrance is located near the St Michaels Lane turnstiles. Young Rhinos fans can look forward to a whole host of free activities and entertainment in the Kids Zone at every home game.

Please give the team a warm welcome as we interview players on the Emerald Headingley pitch at half time. Leeds Rhinos Women kick off their campaign with a home fixture at Sports Park Weetwood against Wakefield Trinity Ladies on Sunday 7th April, kick off 1pm. To celebrate the upcoming Womens Super League season, well be joined by the 2019 Leeds Rhinos Womens Squad on Friday.

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Continuing the Irish theme, well be dishing out free giveaways with Guinness purchases! Buy 2 pints of Guinness (or a 2 pint pot) and receive a free item of official Guinness merchandise whilst stocks last. Plus after the game well be offering a discount up to 1 on all draught products in the South Stand concourse bars, so stick around after the final whistle and continue your Friday night celebrations with us.

The qualifiers are underway and both the London Broncos and Leeds Rhinos want to climb that table and make it into next years Super League. One team is hoping to capitalise on a great Championship season and another is looking to climb out of a difficult few months and show everyone why they were champions. With so much on the line, it will hopefully be a thrilling contest and for the all the information you need to know, make sure to check out the rest of our London Broncos vs Leeds Rhinos preview.

A cross field kick was allowed to bounce and looked to be heading out of play until quick thinking from the visitors saw it batted back into the in goal and Jay Pitts was on hand to score against his former club. Dixon added the conversion to give his side an 8-0 lead which they held until half time. London did open the scoring with a penalty from Kieran Dixon after 27 minutes and then scored the games opening try four minutes later.

Plus after the game well be offering a discount up to 1 on all draught products in the South Stand concourse bars, so stick around after the final whistle and continue your Friday night celebrations with us. Continuing the Irish theme, well be dishing out free giveaways with Guinness purchases! Buy 2 pints of Guinness (or a 2 pint pot) and receive a free item of official Guinness merchandise whilst stocks last.

Its not insignificant either that the London Broncos only managed a draw against Toulouse last month. Getting that 48-22 victory has put their opponents on notice that they are not going down without a fight, with Leeds finally seeming back in control. Before this win though, things were not looking so rosy for the Rhinos: after all, they didnt end up in this position by accident.