Bradford face an anxious wait over the injury suffered to half-back Luke Gale, who will see a consultant in the next 48 hours.
Gale, 24, suffered ankle ligament damage in the 54-16 defeat against Wigan on Sunday, when team-mate Elliott Whitehead fell on him whilst making a tackle.
A close season signing from Harlequins, Gale was playing in just his third match for the Bulls.
X-rays showed no break, but he could now face an operation to repair the ligament damage, which was uncovered when swelling on his ankle had gone down.
With the glass ceiling to Super League being removed from next season, the path to the top flight opens up for Cumbria once again.
The Super League play-offs in their current form may attract some criticism, but they are keeping the season alive for several clubs in the bottom half.
The bonus point system, that has been in place in the Championships for the past eight seasons, is on the agenda for possible inclusion in Super League next year.
England, unsurprisingly, remain third in the latest Rugby League International Federation rankings, released this week.
Hull KR coach Chris Chester wants his side to adopt a play-off mentality when they face the travel to face Widnes this weekend.