Tight game predicted as pundits deliver Hull KR and Warrington Wolves verdict

Matthew Shaw - Rugby League Live
Like every other week, Rovers have something to prove here and it's that they can beat one of the top teams away from home. They've been absolutely fantastic in their last two games and cemented themselves as contenders. However, it has to be accepted that on the road, Rovers don't have the best of records. Ultimately, they will need to improve on that if they are wanting to secure a spot in the top three of Super League, and this is a perfect opportunity. Elliot Minchella is so important and without knowing whether he's going to be playing or not, it's difficult to make a prediction with conviction. But credit to Warrington too, they've looked good this season, and I think they might just pinch one.
Prediction: Warrington by 2

Dan Tomlinson - Hull Live
We all said Rovers would defeat one of Wigan or St Helens at home, and here we are with the Robins winning both games. In fact, they didn't just beat them; they dismantled them. Against Wigan, they were outstanding, and some of their attack against the Saints was genuinely elite stuff. It's how rugby league was designed to be played and what makes it the greatest game of all. But now comes an even bigger test for Willie Peters' side: Warrington away. The record books do them little favours when looking at results against big sides away from home. However, I think that's about to change here. The Wire are a gritty and resilient side under Sam Burgess, but I see Rovers having too much for them. They're bang in form and will be confident of getting the job done.
Prediction: Hull KR by 8

James Smailes - Hull Live
Hull KR have claimed the scalps of World Club Champions Wigan Warriors and then serial Grand Final winners St Helens in successive weeks, the big question now is can they boast victories against the sides currently placed first, second and third in succession? Having witnessed the game at Sewell Group Craven Park between Rovers and Warrington Wolves, I don't see why not! However, and this is where the doubt creeps in a little, KR's performances on the road this season have not matched those at home and we're yet to see evidence of their undoubted ability when they go away from home.

Hull FC provided no real opposition in round one, Salford and Catalans got the better of them, while against Huddersfield Giants Rovers were improved but will need to be better against a Warrington side who look genuine top-four contenders. The confidence taken from the last two weeks is significant and if Rovers can get their noses in front and start well, then I think they can end a hugely important run with a massive result ahead of next week's Challenge Cup semi-final.
Prediction: Rovers by 4 points

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