With just a week left to go in the Super 8s, the play-off picture is now complete.
Warrington and Castleford will be hoping there will be a new name on the Super League trophy this year, while St Helens will be looking to follow up their romp to the League Leaders’ Shield by making it a double.
Meanwhile, Wigan will be wanting to give outgoing head coach Shaun Wane and departing players Sam Tomkins and John Bateman, amongst others, the perfect send off with a second title in three years.
The winners of the two semi-finals will meet at Old Trafford on Saturday October 13.
Which side will make it to the Theatre of Dreams?
— Betfred Super League (@SuperLeague) September 22, 2018