Here’s the draw for both the Super Eights and The Qualifiers to be played over August and September.
The top eight Super League sides qualified for the Super Eights, with St Helens looking unassailable with a ten point gap to Wigan Warriors in second place. Castleford Tigers, Warrington Wolves, Huddersfield Giants, Hull FC, Wakefield Trinity and Catalan Dragons make up the other sides guaranteed a spot in 2019 Super League.
Toronto Wolfpack lead the charge of Championship clubs looking to make the top flight in The Qualifiers. They will have to mix it with the likes of Leeds Rhinos, Hull Kingston Rovers, Salford Red Devils and Widnes Vikings who are all keen to stay up. Joining the Wolfpack from the Championship will be London Broncos, Toulouse Olympique and Halifax RLFC.