The Betfred Super League returns to its normal schedule this weekend as the race for the top four hots up.
Friday night’s game sees Leeds Rhinos return to Headingley just a week after they beat Warrington 40-0.
They were brought back down to earth on Bank Holiday Monday as they lost to Widnes and will aim to bounce back against lowly Leigh (Leeds 1/10, draw 40/1, Leigh 6/1 – Match Betting).
Saturday’s tie between Hull FC and Wigan Warriors promises to be a classic, with both teams desperately in need of a victory at the KCOM Stadium.
Sunday’s action sees four games take place up and down the country, with a nervous atmosphere expected for Huddersfield’s clash with Warrington Wolves.
Wire coach Tony Smith believes the Giants have been given an advantage after playing just once last weekend.
The game of the day sees Salford welcome Wakefield Trinity to the AJ Bell Stadium, with both teams currently in the top four.
It was thought that both sides would struggle this season, but they have defied expectations and look destined for a place in the Super 8s.
Widnes welcome Catalans Dragons to the Select Security Stadium as they look to build on their win over Leeds, before the final game of the weekend sees Castleford take on St Helens.
The Saints will fancy their chances this time around, with Tigers boss Daryl Powell planning to make changes after a busy few weeks. (Castleford 11/8 Grand Final outright).
(Odds subject to change)