Yes, this weekend definitely raises the question of whether the famous faces of Super League will truly return from their current decline.
The likes of St Helens, Leeds Rhinos, Huddersfield Giants and Warrington Wolves, are all previous contenders under-going some very poor form but this week is where it could change.
Below is the weekend’s preview and find out if they as well as your own club will be successful in week four!
Warrington Wolves Vs Wigan Warriors
Kick-starting the weekend is a repeat of two Grand Finals as Warrington Wolves host Wigan Warriors.
Warrington have still yet to win and Wigan have still yet to lose so many pundits and supporters will probably favour the latter respectively.
That being said, rugby league is full of surprises and looking at their squads, that possibility could take another twist.
The Wolves are still without Stefan Ratchford, Chris Hill and brothers George and Toby King, but are giving Matthew Russell are late check-up.
Their visitors have sustained casualties themselves following the battle of the borough, with Joe Burgess, Lewis Tierney and Ryan Sutton all injured.
Both clubs maybe in different form but are in a state of transition that can impact any club at any time.
Hence why this will be a close one as both are relatively even across the field.
The battle of the halves will be interesting, having Kevin Brown and Kurt Gidley up against George Williams and Thomas Leuluai.
The forwards look equal too as they both possess a variety of youth and experience.
The ultimate difference will be Sean O’Loughlin’s impact as he has the ability to guide any youngster to a keen performance, hence why Wigan’s youth in recent seasons as arguably been the best.
Warrington are lacking some consistency and Wigan will be too tough a test to regain enough to start their season off.
It’ll be a very tough one once more between these two but Wigan are to maintain their unbeaten run.