Fev will be looking to consolidate their place in the top 4 and back up against their victory against Bradford mid-week when Dewsbury come to Town after a week off because of Leigh’s involvement in the Challenge Cup.
Last Time Out
Fev travelled to Osdal on Wednesday night in a rearranged game and handed the Bulls only their second league defeat of the season and the first defeat at home. Jy Hitchcox starred scoring three tries and Paul Sykes kicking six goals meant the Bulls were never in the game.
Dewsbury welcome Halifax in their last game a fortnight ago and couldn’t stop a dominant Fax side as they put nearly 50 points past them at the Tetley’s Stadium. Toby Adamson, Anthony Thackeray and Jason Crookes all scored for Dewsbury but they couldn’t match Fax in anyway.
The experience in the halves for these two sides are second to none in this division, Brett Seymour and Anthony Thackeray for Dewsbury and a choice of Paul Sykes, Paul Cooke, Remy Marginet and Gareth Moore for Fev.
Prediction – Fev to have too much despite backing up from Wednesday night – Fev by 10
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