Yes, spring is here as week six is upon us and the table is already taking some interesting swings as well as surprises.
Warrington down at the bottom and Leigh challenging the top four? Unspeakable quotes but credit the latter on their efforts and deserving of it.
The former have plenty to do but can they as well as the rest of their counterparts impress in week six? Find out below from the possible outcomes of the week!
Wakefield Trinity RLFC Vs Leigh Centurions
First up in week six will renew a famous Cup upset of recent years as Wakefield host Leigh at the Beaumont Legal Stadium.
Wakefield have named Keegan Hirst for a possible Super League debut plus Danny Kirmond remains in after avoiding suspension.
Leigh have been forced to withdraw Glenn Stewart due to suspension though Dayne Weston returns to the squad along with loanee Curtis Naughton.
An interesting game as both shared wins over each other, Leigh winning at Wakefield in the Cup before Wakefield gained revenge in the Super 8s Qualifiers later in 2015.
In the present, both will be in different frames of mind, Wakefield on a downer after their heavy loss at Leeds whereas Leigh on the up after a famous win over Warrington.
Aside personnel, this could be the telling difference and could give Leigh another surprise win here.
Yes their form is better but they are underdogs in every game they play.
As for players, Ben Reynolds and Josh Drinkwater have hit some form along with a strong forward pack who are adjusting well to life in Super League.
Wakefield can combat this threat through Jacob Miller and Sam Williams, as we all know, are both exciting and capable of causing anyone distress.
However, the difference will be Leigh’s enthusiasm that will see them home in this one.
As well as being classed as underdogs and their mood being better, they have a talented pool of players, even introducing some youthful ones such as James Green and Lachlan Burr on top of their ‘old ones’.
Wakefield need a confidence boost to generate some consistency and though they will display some good bouts here, it won’t be enough as they still need a bit more time.
It’ll be close throughout but Leigh will edge it and secure their first ever away win in Super League history.