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Trinity tricky test for Saints
12:29pm Thursday 15th August 2013 in Latest News
EVEN with Sia Soliola’s expected return, Saints face an uncomfortable trip to Wakefield on Sunday, kick off 3.30pm.
Trinity are a side that have caused the men in the red vee plenty of problems at Belle Vue over the years with the noisy backing of their vociferous and highly partisan home support.
Although Wakefield have slipped out of the top eight running, that now customary late surge up the table has only been foiled by a series of close losses to top teams.
And Saints boss Nathan Brown knows only too well that the visitors will have to be on their mettle to get any change out of Trinity.
“To beat Wakefield you have to play well,” he said.
“They have blokes like Tim Smith, Kyle Amor and Danny Kirmond in their ranks so if you don’t play well you have a good chance of losing,” said Brown.
Brown explained that among Wakefield’s last four losses were two close defeats to champions Leeds, and another tight match at Warrington at the weekend.
“They are a dangerous team and a more threatening side than a lot of sides.
“Unfortunately for them, they have had some influential players missing.”
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