Following a rather eventful pause from league action for some of the clubs, everyone returns to league action for their 12th match.
Some clubs hoping for a return to winning ways, others hoping for some form to escape the Qualifiers positions, below we look at the probably outcomes as the weekly rounds are set for 40% completion.
Wigan Warriors Vs Huddersfield Giants
Starting the weekend’s action is a repeat of one of last season’s inaugural Super League Super 8s Semi-finals as Wigan Warriors host Huddersfield Giants.
Team news and Wigan have both Anthony Gelling and Ben Flower returning from injuries respectively.
Huddersfield have loanee Gene Ormsby returning from a one match absence, though Eorl Crabtree and Larne Patrick remain sidelined.
Wigan will start as favourites but their inconsistency this season hasn’t seen them stand out as the resilient side they used to be.
Huddersfield, led by Danny Brough, can cause problems for anyone anywhere regardless of their table positioning and will be eager to send their Yorkshire counterparts Hull Kingston Rovers bottom with a win here.
Both teams are slightly understrength in personal but Wigan may prevail relying on their forwards.
Huddersfield have a strong back line but they can only come into play should their forwards lay the platform down which looks unlikely.
A home win is imminent but the Giants will give the Warriors a rough ride.
Prediction: Wigan Warriors 28-22 Huddersfield Giants
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