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Rugby League: Burrow ready to run riot.

Byline: Mark Langdon

MIDFIELD pocket-rocket Rob Burrow could be a decent try minutes buy at 25 with IG when Leeds host Warrington at Headingley in today's Challenge Cup tie, writes Mark Langdon. Leeds are coming off the back of a surprising loss at home to Wakefield on Easter Monday but you can guarantee Tony Smith's side will not panic and will continue to play their normal game which has been so dangerous in the last 12 months.

That means they will be looking to keep the ball alive at every opportunity. Warrington may get tired in the latter stages and Burrow is at his best in the final 20 minutes of matches.

The tiny half-back's low centre of gravity makes him a nightmare for defences, particularly when they start to fall off tackles at the business end of fast and furious clashes.

Burrow has bagged eight tries so far this campaign and the way he terrorised Bradford in the second half of their Good Friday fixture suggests War-rington could be in for hell. Sporting have included big guns Mark Calderwood, Keith Senior, Marcus Bai and Chev Walker in their Rhinos hotshots and 77-82 might not be high enough, but it may pay to
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Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Apr 2, 2005
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