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London at home : Sun Feb 25, 2024 7:54 pm  
Time to look forward

London will see this as a great opportunity to post a victory against a depleted team also desperate for a win.

While usually you would expect this as a banker for a win, our current situation and how deep we are into our squad, makes it no banker.

Ligi is back
Carlos is a maybe?
Don't know on Houghton, think he may miss this one.

Hopefully we get some rare luck on the disciplinary front, we certainly need some.

Staveley earned his starting place for next week. I think if he Lane and Ligi start in the back row, it could be worth having a look at Okunbor in the 3 quater line, especially if Barron is out.

If Nu Brown gets shafted again and Houghton isn't back, then Balmforth and Hodgson will have to share the hookers role.
Re: London at home : Sun Feb 25, 2024 8:01 pm  
Could get low on troops. Thought Mac did ok in the centres. Do we give him.an extended run there ?..
Re: London at home : Sun Feb 25, 2024 8:30 pm  
Battle of the attacks...two tries v one try. Hard to say what London are truly like as they've had a tough start v saints and Catalan, we should be beating them, but who knows with our 2024 team...depends on the disciplinary outcomes this week I guess and if we picked up any more injuries
Re: London at home : Sun Feb 25, 2024 8:53 pm  
Steve0 wrote:
Battle of the attacks...two tries v one try. Hard to say what London are truly like as they've had a tough start v saints and Catalan, we should be beating them, but who knows with our 2024 team...depends on the disciplinary outcomes this week I guess and if we picked up any more injuries
it's got 36 all written all over it.
Re: London at home : Sun Feb 25, 2024 9:00 pm  
Fingers crossed if London happen to score 1st the crowd don’t turn on the team. Sadly though I think this may be the case.
Re: London at home : Mon Feb 26, 2024 7:16 am  
Worst case scenario?

Walker
Martin
Litten
Okunbor
Mcintosh

Harman
Smith

Brown
Houghton
Ashworth
Staveley
Sao
Lane

Gardiner
Bursell
Balmforth
Diakhate
Re: London at home : Mon Feb 26, 2024 7:40 am  
See what today brings but I’d be amazed if we don’t end up with some more bans
Re: London at home : Mon Feb 26, 2024 7:44 am  
Cuddleclub wrote:
See what today brings but I’d be amazed if we don’t end up with some more bans


It'll be the biggest miracle of the year if we don't get any bans. Hoping common sense prevails with Nu Brown but I doubt it
Re: London at home : Mon Feb 26, 2024 8:09 am  
mwindass wrote:
It'll be the biggest miracle of the year if we don't get any bans. Hoping common sense prevails with Nu Brown but I doubt it


If Nu Brown picks up a ban then NOW should be the time for players to strike.

The strength of feeling across the world of rugby league needs to be harnessed to make sure changes happen now.
Re: London at home : Mon Feb 26, 2024 8:20 am  
davey41 wrote:
If Nu Brown picks up a ban then NOW should be the time for players to strike.

The strength of feeling across the world of rugby league needs to be harnessed to make sure changes happen now.


Gary Carter suggesting there will be some clarification on accidental collisions today. Probably a few days too late. They might actually admit they got it wrong. Which doesn’t help us.
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