The first third of the season almost complete which can only mean one thing, the hectic Easter Period is almost upon us.
Week eight is arguably the build-up to it all as all 12 clubs are ready to adjust themselves for overtime as the season goes on.
Below, check out the week eight previews, how will your club go heading into Easter?!
Wigan Warriors Vs Castleford Tigers
Arguably the most exciting clash of the weekend, World Champions Wigan Warriors host league leaders Castleford Tigers.
The Warriors are without Oliver Gildart following his sickening injury to Brett Ferres but are boosted by the return of Anthony Gelling.
The Tigers have one change themselves as rising star Greg Minikin returns from absence.
A match that should be pulsating as both are in good form and have played some superb rugby this year.
Wigan still have their injuries but their youngsters coming in have helped them remain competitive with the competition’s best in recent weeks.
Young ones such as Nick Gregson, Liam Marshall and Liam Forsyth have all come in superbly and along with the exceptional George Williams and Tom Leuluai at half-back, have caused opposition numerous problems already.
Furthermore, Wigan still have a strong front row so will be in for another strong performance here.
Castleford have retained much of their first team all season and this is keeping them successful.
Thankfully so as their lack of squad depth may let them down if any injuries occur, just like it did in 2016.
However, Rangi Chase has returned and with Luke Gale and Ben Roberts, have provided the Tigers with a healthy interchangeable pivot combination, something every club needs.
This has seen them become the competition’s best attack, with their three-quarters scoring tries for pure fun.
Their forwards have been important too, laying the platform down for such actions to occur.
A close game is in store by all accounts but on the experience, the Tigers should attain another win.
They need to start strongly and though Wigan will battle back, will have enough to see it through.