Catalans vs Hull Kingston Rovers (Saturday, 5 pm)
The French side are comfortably away from relegation but seem some way away from the play-offs following defeats to London and Leeds. If it’s their day, however, they could blow KR away.
Rovers are under a heap of pressure with London producing more surprises. Tony Smith has his work cut out to get his stars performing, could a possibly relaxed Catalans side be the key?
Prediction: Catalans 30-10 Hull KR
Wakefield Trinity vs Wigan Warriors (Sunday, 3 pm)
The week off probably come a week later for Trinity as they ended a run of five defeats against KR. Warrington and London follow, meaning points could be at a premium, Trinity aren’t safe yet.
Wigan have once again hit form ready for the finals four wins on the bounce has put them in the fight for the second spot. For Trinity, it is probably the worst time to play Wigan.
Prediction: Wakefield 16-36 Wigan
London Broncos vs Leeds Rhinos (Sunday 3 pm)
Another miracle in France from Danny Ward’s side will give his side considerable confidence heading into this crunch game. London still sit bottom but there’s something about this side.
The Rhino revival was halted by league leaders St. Helens last time out, but Richard Agar will take positives in scoring twenty points against the best defensive team in the comp.
I’d love a fairy tale ending for London, and it could still come against KR and Wakefield, this week I think the Rhinos will be too strong.
Prediction: London 12-26 Leeds