As one month goes, another must come as Super League enters March, where hopefully, things will start to warm up!
The last round faced some scrutiny with plenty of disciplinary issues here and there but it is still early days and hopefully, round three will provide further blockbusting action!
Here are the six previews of this weekend’s games, how will your club go?!
Castleford Tigers Vs Leeds Rhinos
What a way to set things in motion as two West Yorkshire rivals Castleford Tigers and Leeds Rhinos face off in front of the Sky cameras.
The Tigers have Paul McShane returning from suspension, but have decided on dropping Rangi Chase for undisclosed reasons.
The Rhinos have had some casualties as they are forced in re-calling Ash Handley, Josh Walters and Brett Delaney from dual-registration in place of the injured Carl Ablett and Mitch Garbutt.
Potentially a tough one to call as a rivalry match can see anything happen.
However, the Tigers will be the favourites and it’s hard seeing past them bagging their fourth consecutive win against Leeds.
Form, squad depth and experience as well as transition is on their side and in front of their home faithful, they’ll get the job done.
McShane and Luke Gale will link up well together and lead their exciting back line and strong forward pack around all night.
Leeds’ problem is their aging pivots, hence why they haven’t been too convincing this season thus far.
Scraping wins against Leigh and Salford still shows they have some quality and determination there but it won’t be enough against the competition’s dark horses.
A comprehensive win for Castleford looks on the cards, but you never know, never fully write off the Rhinos as there’s usually more to them than meets the eye.