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Back Joel Monaghan and Gene Ormsby at 7/2 to both score Challenge Cup semi tries

  • Warrington Wolves expected to reach Challenge Cup Final
  • Hull KR have already beaten Wigan Warriors and Catalans Dragons
  • Leeds Rhinos await the winners at Wembley Stadium

Warrington Wolves are fully expected to join Leeds Rhinos in the 2015 Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final at Wembley when they meet Hull Kingston Rovers in today’s semi-final.

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The Ladbrokes Challenge Cup is the major cup competition in rugby league and the tournament sponsors have changed one of their enhanced try scorer doubles for this clash.

Warrington Wolves versus Hull Kingston Rovers will be held at the home of Leeds Rhinos - Headingley - on Saturday afternoon with a kick-off time of 1245 BST. This game will be screened live on BBC One.

Warrington love to involve their wingers as much as possible and when they are in the mood they will take some stopping. For that reason Ladbrokes are urging you to have a flutter on Wolves wingers Joel Monaghan and Gene Ormsby to both score – The odds have been switched from 2-1 to 7/2.

Wolves player Joel Monaghan (c) makes a break. (Stu Forster/Getty Images)
Former Canberra Raiders and Australia international wing man Monaghan joined the Warrington club back in 2011 and is a fans favourite thanks to scoring 136 tries in his time at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.

Ormsby, on the other hand, is one for the future and he has managed to cross over for 16 tries in 21 appearances since making his first team debut in 2014.

Monaghan and Ormsby are completely different kinds of wingers – The Australian is more likely to catch cross-field bombs and fall over the line, while Ormsby likes to be more dramatic with length of the field scores and acrobatic dives to the corner.

The Robins caused the upset of the tournament in round five when they knocked out 19 time Challenge Cup winners Wigan Warriors 16-12. They then went on to beat another Super League outfit in Catalans Dragons 32-26 to move into the semi-finals.

Hull KR have not been to Wembley since losing to Castleford in 1986 and they have not won the competition since getting the better of bitter rivals Hull FC 10-5 in 1980 – Their only ever Challenge Cup Final success.

Warrington, on the other hand, have won the Challenge Cup eight times in their history and have won three in the last six years. The Wolves kicked off their campaign with a convincing 52-10 away win at Championship side Dewsbury Rams before knocking out Leigh Centurions 34-24 in the quarter-finals.




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Back Joel Monaghan and Gene Ormsby at 7/2 to both score Challenge Cup semi tries

Warrington Wolves are fully expected to join Leeds Rhinos in the 2015 Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final at Wembley when they meet Hull Kingston Rovers in today’s semi-final.

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