Have your say: Which Super League teams will finish in the bottom four?

Drew Darbyshire

Widnes will compete in the Qualifiers, but we want to know which other teams you think will join them in the battle to avoid relegation.

There are only three more rounds to be played in the regular season and the Super League table is hotting up.

Widnes Vikings have known for a couple of weeks that they will be competing in the Qualifiers when the split comes around, winning just three games out of 20 this season.

Above the Vikings are Salford Red Devils, who are on 12 points.

In tenth place are Hull Kingston Rovers. Tim Sheens’ men are have just one point more than Salford and are only two points below ninth-placed Leeds Rhinos.

Huddersfield Giants are just outside the bottom four, with 17 points to their name.

Wakefield Trinity and Catalans Dragons could still get sucked into the bottom four, with the pair being on 18 points in sixth and seventh respectively.

Super League table after 20 rounds:

6 – Wakefield Trinity – 18 points

7 – Catalans Dragons – 18 points

8 – Huddersfield Giants – 17 points

9 – Leeds Rhinos – 15 points

10 – Hull KR – 13 points

11 – Salford Red Devils – 12 points

12 – Widnes Vikings – 6 points

Final three fixtures for bottom six teams:

Wakefield Trinity (Leeds Rhinos, Hull FC, Huddersfield Giants)

Catalans Dragons (Warrington Wolves, Salford Red Devils, Wigan Warriors)

Huddersfield Giants (Wigan Warriors, Castleford Tigers, Wakefield Trinity)

Leeds Rhinos (Wakefield Trinity, Widnes Vikings, Salford Red Devils)

Hull KR (Widnes Vikings, Warrington Wolves, Hull FC)

Salford Red Devils (Castleford Tigers, Catalans Dragons, Leeds Rhinos)

We want to know what you think…

Which Super League teams will finish in the bottom four and compete in the Qualifiers?