Challenge Cup Final Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves Odds at Wembley

Its the Challenge Cup Final from Wembley as Leeds and Warrington go head to head, with Paddy Power reporting that their money back special offer is proving popular with rugby league fans.

Its one of the biggest events in the Rugby League calendar takes place on Saturday as the Rhinos and Wolves go head-to-head in this spectacle from Wembley Stadium.

It certainly looks to be a fantastic encounter between these two sides that will be desperate for some silverware this campaign.

Looking at Leeds to begin with, they have upset the odds somewhat in reaching the final after a victory over Wigan Warriors in the semi-final. Warriors were the favourites for the competition and currently sit on top of the Super League table.

They will know what a massive performance it will take on Saturday to get their hands on the trophy but after the semi-final victory will be full of confidence.

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With the likes of Jamie Peacock, Rob Burrow and Kevin Sinfield in the side, you can never write Leeds off as they have the players that are no strangers to the big occasion.

Sinfield in particular will need to be at his best and keep his cool when kicking for goal.

As for Warrington, they sit in second position in the Super League at the moment and will go into this encounter as the favourites.

The Wolves have reached the final relatively comfortably and in the last match in this competition, breezed past Huddersfield Giants with a 33-6 victory.

After winning the Challenge Cup in 2009 and 2010, Wolves do have the knowhow in this competition and will know that if they perform how they have done throughout much of the campaign, they could get their hands on the trophy again.

After six wins on the bounce, Warrington did suffer a defeat in the Super League over the weekend which could not have come at a worse time. Tony Smith will hope that his side can bounce back from this and get a victory over the team he used to manage.

This thrilling encounter kicks-off at 2.30pm on Saturday.

Joey Rooney

Tommy graduated from Sheffield University in 2009 with a Journalism degree and has worked in various professional industry posts including the football print media.

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