Yes! It could well be now or never for some of Super League’s supposed giants in terms of starting their season before it is too late.
Maybe a new era is on the cards or still early season flutters are showing but only time will tell.
Below are the previews for the fifth week of the Betfred Super League and will assess whether some clubs can finally find some form.
Leigh Centurions Vs Warrington Wolves
First up will see the new boys in action to all as Leigh Centurions host Warrington Wolves on Sky Sports.
Leigh have named Martyn Ridyard plus welcome back Glenn Stewart from injury.
Warrington meanwhile, welcome back former Leigh prop Chris Hill in the hopes of a first win of the 2017 campaign.
A funny one here as Leigh will be buoyed by their previous two home wins over St Helens and Huddersfield but the Wolves can defeat anyone if they find their A game.
A closer call than most people will perceive as Leigh have started to find an attacking rhythm and have a very strong side to choose from.
Ridyard, alongside Eloi Pelissier and Josh Drinkwater can cause the Wolves trouble and the crucial aspect for them if whether they can match the Centurions in that department.
Kurt Gidley and Kevin Brown have been out of sorts recently and really need to step up to the mark here as they do still have life left in them, regardless of age.
As for the forwards, the Wolves do seem superior, although Daryl Clark is evenly matched with Pelissier, the pack should see Warrington edge to their first win.
Hill will be the deciding factor, his sheer presence will generate enough enthusiasm and with Ashton Sims and Joe Westerman to name a couple with him, they should see it home.
Leigh do have a talented set of forwards themselves but their age being crucial, the Wolves will wear them down eventually.
A narrow Warrington looks imminent but Leigh should put in an encouraging display and take it all the way to the wire!