Marc Sneyd Shines in Super League Triumph for Salford Red Devils

Last night, the highly anticipated Super League action returned, and a familiar sight unfolded on Sky Sports as Salford Red Devils’ Marc Sneyd was awarded yet another Man of the Match medal for his standout performance in their 25-14 victory over Warrington Wolves. The half-back was the driving force behind Salford’s dominant display, scoring a try and slotting his 50th Super League drop goal on the halftime hooter, before setting up a try for teammate Deon Cross in the second half. Sneyd’s masterclass, which saw him amass 13 points, has once again sparked calls for his inclusion in the England squad.

Former Leeds Rhinos Forward Praises Sneyd

Former Leeds Rhinos forward Barrie McDermott, who has regularly awarded Sneyd the Man of the Match honor this season, admitted to feeling like a “fraud” due to the half-back’s consistent match-winning performances. McDermott praised Sneyd’s ability to control the game and quiet the home crowd, suggesting that the Salford playmaker should be a shoo-in for Shaun Wane’s England squad. His teammate, another Leeds Rhinos legend Jamie Jones-Buchanan, posed the question, “Does Marc Sneyd start for England?”, to which McDermott emphatically responded that the in-form half-back should partner the electric Mikey Lewis in the England setup.

“Does Marc Sneyd start for England?”

Calls for England Inclusion Intensify

With Sneyd currently leading the Man of Steel race and his commanding display against Warrington, the calls for his inclusion in the England squad are becoming increasingly difficult to ignore. However, Wane has previously opted for a youth-focused approach, and it remains to be seen whether the England boss will heed the advice of the Sky Sports pundits and hand Sneyd an international call-up.

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