With just two games left of the Super 8s, six teams still have a chance of reaching the play-offs and the potential of a trip to Old Trafford for the Grand Final.
Hull’s recent collapse, three straight defeats, has opened up two of the four play-off spots – with Castleford and Leeds already assured of home games in the semi-finals.
Wigan now sit third after their remarkable recovery, level on points with the Airlie Birds, who face Wakefield this Thursday.
Trinity are just one point off the pace following their heartbreaking loss to St Helens last weekend, who are a further point behind.
The last two weekends promise some do-or-die clashes – especially for Wakefield, who take on Wigan following their crunch with Hull.
Here is the run in:
Wigan – 31pts
Hull – 31pts
Wakefield – 30pts
St Helens – 29pts
Salford – 28pts
St Helens (H)