After six weeks of further seasonal action under the Super 8s structure, the final week is upon us and though the semi-finals have long been guaranteed, there’s still plenty to play for.
The battle for the League Leaders Shield has gone that far down to the wire, the loser of the final clash could even end up finishing third place.
Only one club can claim the prize and face the easier road to Old Trafford but who’s your money on?
Hull FC Vs Warrington Wolves
All eyes on this fixture as Hull FC battle Warrington Wolves for the fourth time in 2016, the second time where a trophy is at stake.
The Airlie Birds have recalled Mark Minichiello and Frank Pritchard from their minor injuries.
The Wolves are without Kurt Gidley for the clash but Chris Sandow is aiming for a late return.
The biggest clash of 2016 thus far as there’s silverware for the winner at stake but also the loser are facing a third place finish, meaning a tougher trip to Old Trafford.
Hull are at full strength but even this may not be enough unless their attitude is up to scratch, their performances against Wigan and Wakefield a clear demonstration.
Warrington are missing some personnel but have proved they are capable of defeating anyone on the day after their late win in Catalan.
However, the morale may be lower in the camp judging by Ben Currie’s lengthening injury and the manner of their defeat to Wigan last week.
Furthermore, Hull have home advantage and in front of what should be a packed out KCOM stadium, Hull should push on and secure the League Leaders Shield.
The match itself will be an enthraller, just as Wembley was, but Hull, led by Marc Sneyd, will get the job done and add their second piece of silverware to their cabinet in 2016.
Prediction: Hull FC 26-18 Warrington Wolves
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