The writing looks to be on the wall for Wakefield Trinity’s Super League future. They need to win both their remaining games and hope Castleford Tigers don’t pick up another point to stand any chance of survival, and that is before you factor points difference into the equation. That means that Trinity’s top-flight future looks…

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