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England v Exiles - Exiles slight favourites to beat England in International Origin Game 1

Rangi Chase of Exiles races clear of the England defence during the International Origin match between England and Exiles at Headingley Carnegie Stadium on June 10, 2011 in Leeds, England. (credit:Credit by bettingpro)

There is not much between England and the Exiles as they prepare for Saturday’s opening International Origin clash at Langtree Park.

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England kick off their international campaign with a two-game series against the Exiles, who will feature the best foreign players currently plying their trade in Super League, and there is not much between the two.

Paddy Power have the Exiles as slight favourites to win game one at 5/6, while Steve McNamara’s England are an even money shot with Sportingbet.

Daniel Anderson is in charge of the Exiles and despite a couple of late withdrawals he has named a strong side to give England a real test.

Wigan’s scrum-half Brett Finch and centre George Carmont pulled out earlier in the week through injury so Catalan Dragons duo of Scott Dureau and Darryl Millard get their chance.

England coach Steve McNamara will hand debuts to three players when they line up in St Helens on Saturday evening.

Wigan’s Josh Charnley and Leeds Rhinos’ Carl Ablett will team up as wing and centre, while forward Lee Mossop will get his chance from the bench.

England have been handed a two point start on the handicap market and they can be backed at evens with Bet365, while Exiles -1 are available at 10/11 with Sportingbet.

BetFred are running a special England versus Exiles offer with the final try of the night.

If England’s Josh Charnley or the Exiles’ Joel Monaghan cross for the last try of the match then BetFred will refund all first, last try scorers, double result and first scoring play bets up to £250.

The first try market sees Charnley on offer at 9/1 with Blue Square with Sam Tomkins available at the same price with Bet365.

For the Exiles Francis Meli can be backed at 9/1 with Paddy Power to open up the scoring with a four pointer, while Monaghan is on offer at 15/2 with BetFred.


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