The Super League regular season as we know is completed, and thus we move on to the Super 8s stage that will determine a new Super League champion as well as potential new teams.
However, before we reach that stage, four terrific teams have reached the Semi-final stage of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup, with a trip to Wembley rewarded for two winners.
Many debates have occurred over who will reach that big stage and below are the previews that will determine a possible outcome for two titanic clubs to reach Wembley.
Wigan Warriors Vs Hull FC
First up is a battle of the titans as third place Wigan Warriors play league leaders Hull FC at the Keepmoat Stadium.
The Warriors have Taulima Tautai back from suspension, but Frank-Paul Nuuausala isn’t as unfortunate as he misses out for one match.
Hull meanwhile, have Carlos Tuimavave and Jamie Shaul back from injury plus Liam Watts has recovered from an injury scare.
This match being the current ‘decider’ as both have defeated one or another this season, despite the fact both are set to meet in the Super 8s.
Rather than just two points, winner takes all and Hull will have their eye on revenge for their disappointing 2013 Final defeat against Wigan.
Hull look superior in effectively all aspects of the line-up; their back line looks stronger and faster as does their forward pack.
However, their greatest Achilles heel has been lack of composure when it matters most and that will be their greatest enemy on this night.
Wigan have their own talented selection, but being Super League’s second worst attack has hindered a flow in Wigan and thus them being favourites with the bookies is surprising.
Wigan will battle well but it is hard seeing past Hull returning to the big stage.
Gareth Ellis, Mark Minichiello, Frank Pritchard and Sika Manu will support Scott Taylor and Liam Watts well and Hull will be too powerful and clinical.
Wigan have their own pack but they may be bullied too frequently into indiscipline which will be their undoing.
Prediction: Wigan Warriors 16-34 Hull FC
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