HAVE YOUR SAY: Who will be relegated from Super League this weekend?

Leigh Centurions and Catalans Dragons will battle it out in the Million Pound Game on Saturday at the Leigh Sports Village.

With Warrington Wolves, Hull Kingston Rovers and Widnes Vikings having secured an automatic return to the Betfred Super League for 2018, only one place remains up for grabs.

Denis Betts’ Vikngs beat the Dragons 12-10 in Perpignan last weekend, condemning Catalans to play in the Million Pound Game.

Meanwhile, Leigh have known for a couple of weeks now that they were going to play in the Million Pound Game, but they just didn’t know if it was going to be at home or away.

Leigh thrashed London Broncos 41-4 in the Capital last week which sealed home advantage in the Million Pound Game.

Neil Jukes’ Centurions were promoted from the Kingstone Press Championship last year but have struggled in the top-flight this season.

And with Hull KR gaining promotion at the first time of asking, it is down to Leigh and Catalans to fight it out for the fourth and final place in Super League but neither side has experienced the Million Pound Game previously.

Have a look at the William Hill review here, before the Grand Final next weekend.

Leigh are slight favourites with Super League sponsors Betfred, probably due to Catalans’ poor away record.

However, Steve McNamara is set to welcome Greg Bird back, with the Australia international having served his suspension.

Who do you think will be relegated from the Betfred Super League? Let us know in the comments below.


  1. Its twelve months since my club was facing up to this game, it was a nervous, tense day, but it was at home so we had a confidence that we could do it and up until the last 90 seconds we had done it. Two minutes later we were in the championship, the feeling wasn’t great, like a balloon deflating. I wish both teams well, but have a feeling that Catalan will just do it, however, it won’t be pretty or easy. Good Luck to all it’s a horrible day to be part of.

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