The first week of the Qualifiers lived up to expectation for most as the Super League dominated their Championship counterparts.
Week two may deliver a surprise though it looks unlikely but anything can happen in this sport and below are the potential outcomes of the four matches.
Leeds Rhinos Vs Hull Kingston Rovers
Starting week two is an all Yorkshire affair as fallen champions Leeds Rhinos host Hull Kingston Rovers in a repeat of last season’s Challenge Cup Final.
12 months on sees both fighting for survival and though both look likely to succeed based on last week, anything can still happen within six weeks of rugby.
The Rhinos welcome back Stevie Ward after an 11 month spell on the sidelines as their famous number 13 shirt is set to be shown once more.
Hull KR meanwhile, are unchanged from their heavy win over Batley last week.
A record score befell this fixture a year ago but a repeat seems unlikely as both showed their Super League credentials last week against their part time counterparts.
The task now is far tougher for each opponent but the Rhinos look like they will emerge victorious.
The difference being they have a full selection which includes their pivots as well as a strong forward pack.
Furthermore, their form has been superior in the previous weeks so their confidence will be on a high.
The Robins will prove a stern test as Albert Kelly and their pack can cause any opposition problems but they will fall short on this occasion.
Prediction: Leeds Rhinos 30-16 Hull Kingston Rovers
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