Saturday’s sole Stobart Super League game is between 10th placed Salford and bottom-placed London Broncos, with the latter trying to improve on a haul of just six points from 22 games. Moreover they are trying to avoid a seventh successive loss to their Northern rivals.
In fact the Broncos have only won three of their last ten encounters and in their current form - they have won just two of ten league games – look up against it. Salford are in marginally better shape, winning four of their last ten league matches.
Only two of the last ten head-to-heads between the sides have seen a team score less than 14 points. That was in an unusual low-scoring 5-2 Salford win back in 2007 and their last encounter saw Salford run out 44-12 winners.
Overall, during Salford and Broncos last ten games the average winning margin has been 11.6 points, which might be a fact worth noting for win index and supremacy betting.