London Broncos vs Salford Red Devils The Qualifiers Round 6 Preview

A win for London here would be a huge step towards securing a spot in the million pound game, they face a huge challenge in the form of competition front runners Salford, the Red Devils only losing one of their last 5 games.

The last time these two sides met was the 2016 Qualifiers, London pulling off a shock win at the AJ Bell at a score of 19-16 to secure Salford's place in the million pound game. That win means that London have won 2 of the last 3 meetings between these two sides.

London are without two first choice players from last week, James Cunningham picked up a knock against Hull KR and Will Lovell misses out due to a 1 match ban. Josh Wood misses out on the 19 man squad after copping a knock against Leeds last week, Burgess, Johnson, Bennion and Littlejohn all making a return to the 19 man squad.

London Broncos: Sadiq Adebiyi, Eddie Battye, Robert Butler, Michael Channing, Matt Davies, Matt Davis, Kieran Dixon, Ben Evans, Matty Gee, Ben Hellewell, Daniel Hindmarsh, Mark Ioane, Elliot Kear, Eloi Pelissier, Jay Pitts, Jarrod Sammut, Tom Spencer, Alex Walker, Rhys Williams

Salford Red Devils: Gavin Bennion, Luke Burgess, Greg Burke, Mark Flanagan, Greg Johnson, Josh Jones, Craig Kopczak, Ryan Lannon, Joey Lussick, Tyrone McCarthy, Ben Nakubuwai, Derrell Olpherts, Jansin Turgut, Kris Welham, Niall Evalds, Rob Lui, Jack Littlejohn, Jake Bibby, Ed Chamberlain

I'm predicting a Salford win, the Red Devils ran the Rhinos close last week and looked like they definitely could have won that game, they will certainly look to see the Qualifiers out on a high by finishing top, they are as good as safe already but they certainly will not let complacency creep in, Salford by 13+.


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