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Wakefield Trinity v London Broncos Live score updates from Super League relegation decider

Time to bite some fingernails

After 28 rounds of the season it all comes down to tonight.

The objective is simple, win and stay up. Should London lose they will be relegated from the top flight, while a defeat for Trinity won’t send them down unless Rovers and the Giants also win.

It’s going to be tense.

Let’s start with a look at the stats.

Wakefield are undefeated in their last twelve home meetings with London Broncos/Harlequins, having won eleven and drawn one. The capital sides’ last away win against Trinity was 36-12 on 25 May, 2003.

Last ten meetings:

London Broncos 42, Wakefield 34 (SLR15, 18/5/19)

London Broncos 42, Wakefield 24 (SLR1, 3/2/19)

Wakefield 18, London Broncos 10 (SLR16, 13/6/14)

London Broncos 22, Wakefield 50 (SLR5, 15/3/14)

(at The Hive, Barnet)

Wakefield 46, London Broncos 14 (SLR19, 23/6/13)

London Broncos 0, Wakefield 28 (SLR3, 17/2/13)

(at Twickenham Stoop)

Wakefield 24, London Broncos 6 (SLR16, 3/6/12)

London Broncos 36, Wakefield 0 (SLR9, 31/3/12)

(at Twickenham Stoop)

Harlequins 40, Wakefield 22 (SLR18, 18/6/11)

(at Twickenham Stoop)

Wakefield 52, Harlequins 32 (SLR9, 10/4/11)

Super League summary (including Harlequins, 2006-2011)

Wakefield won 21

London Broncos won 15

2 draws

Wakefield highest score: 54-12 (H, 2010) (also widest margin)

London Broncos highest score: 72-8 (H, 2005) (also widest margin)

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