Despite a thrilling 18-14 win over Huddersfield Giants on Wednesday night, Leeds Rhinos (10/1 Grand Final Winner) head coach Rohan Smith believes his side have plenty to improve on in attack going forward.

In an intriguing Betfred Super League clash at Headingley, which saw four players sin-binned during the game, a late Blake Austin try helped the Rhinos edge out the win.

Leeds now sit in fifth place in the table and one win from their remaining two games would guarantee them a playoff spot.

Smith was happy his side found a way to win but feels there’s plenty of work to be done on the training paddock on their attack.

“I thought we had the ball we just couldn’t finish enough sets,” Smith said. “We didn’t have position more than possession overall but it felt like that because we were defending our own end a lot. We’ve found ways to win defensively for a good few weeks now.

“Our attack hasn’t had a consistent team and that’s difficult and you can see everyone telling each other to calm down but it’s too late when you’ve played loose for no reason and turned the ball over. But the pleasing thing is how together they are to keep finding a way. I still thought the best team won tonight.”

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There are four games taking place in the Betfred Super League on Thursday night, starting with an all-French affair as Toulouse hosts Catalans Dragons (Toulouse 13/5, Draw 22/1, Catalans 1/3 – Match Winner).

Wakefield Trinity take on Hull KR at Belle Vue (Wakefield 8/15, Hull KR 13/8 – Match Winner), while Salford Red Devils will look to keep themselves in playoff contention when they host Hull FC (Salford 1/8, Draw 33/1, Hull FC 11/2 – Match Winner).

In the later game, Castleford Tigers will also continue their push for a top-six finish when they make the trip to Warrington Wolves (Warrington 4/5, Draw 20/1, Castleford 11/10 – Match Winner).

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