HAVE YOUR SAY: Should Huddersfield have been allowed to postpone St Helens clash?

James Gordon

It’s a double-header weekend for Super League clubs, except for Huddersfield and St Helens.

With both clubs out of the Challenge Cup, they have been able to re-arrange their game scheduled for Monday for a fortnight’s time.

The excuse that Huddersfield’s football club are playing at Wembley in the Championship play-off final has been rolled out as justification to the move, but fans and coaches at rival clubs are far from happy.

It’s a no brainer for St Helens to accept the request, who now have four further days to prepare for a game against table-topping Castleford than their opponents.

But given the number of other discrepancies in the schedule – week off for World Club Series, the extra game of Magic Weekend, the video referee being at all Catalans matches to name just three – is it just a case of a sensible option when it is available?

What do you think? 

Should they have been allowed to move the match? Is it just a case of “tough” for other clubs?

Let us know in the comments below.