Wakefield Trinity vs London Broncos (Friday, 7:45 pm)
It’s a must-win game for both teams, arguably the most important one in terms of the relegation battle, whoever losses this could well be playing in the Championship next season.
Wakefield showed spirit at Warrington last week to run them close, while London produced yet another miracle play to beat Hull KR. Make no mistake this is the tie of the round.
Prediction: Wakefield Trinity 12-16 London Broncos
Hull FC vs St. Helens (Friday, 7:45 pm)
Lee Radford’s side could still make the playoffs, although they have to win, which is no small feat. Last week’s heavy defeat seem to affect the players on field, can they overcome that?
St. Helens looked back to their best last weekend with a romping win over the Huddersfield Giants. For Holbrook and co it’s about fine-tuning and learning to control games.
Prediction: Hull FC 12-30 St. Helens
Leeds Rhinos vs Warrington Wolves (Friday, 7:45 pm)
It’s the end of a nightmare season for Leeds, fortunately for Rhinos fans, they are not involved in the relegation battle. With Richard Agar announced permanently, it’s showcase time.
Warrington could still grab second spot, dependant on other results, and Leeds should provide a decent test ahead of the playoffs. Minutes under Blake Austin’s belt is a bonus.
Prediction: Leeds Rhinos 12-24 Warrington Wolves