Phase two and though some clubs will have felt it in the previous round and may be weakened, the action continues as the Easter extravaganza is set to conclude.
Some clubs in crisis whereas others are buzzing, find out whether those said clubs will continue in their situation in the predictions below or whether things will begin to change!
Wakefield Trinity RLFC Vs Wigan Warriors
First up should be a treat as Wakefield entertain Wigan in what could be a final meeting between the two at the Beaumont Legal Stadium.
Wakefield have made two changes from their comprehensive Good Friday defeat as Joe Arundel and Bill Tupou miss out and coming in are Max Jowitt as well as Ashley Gibson, who returns from dual-registration.
Their opponents have opted for similar tactics as Romain Navarrete and Nick Gregson come in for Joe Burgess and Michael McIlorum.
A very tough match to call as Wakefield will be desperate to return to form but definitely have the talent to succeed.
However, they face the reigning champions, who develop youngsters into superstars quicker than anybody and so it will be a close game.
Wakefield need Jacob Miller and Sam Williams to consistently lead by example throughout plus Danny Kirmond to provide a captain’s knock.
Only then this will help Wakefield remain strong in attack plus provide an extra backbone in defence as Wigan have been tough all season in both departments.
The Warriors may be buoyed by their win over Saints, albeit with slight controversy, but a win nonetheless, with their new breed of players starring.
George Williams is quickly becoming a superstar, terrorising any defence so he’s definitely the one to watch.
Wigan will have to continue their speed of play, something that’s always given them the advantage, but will they be tired from their derby clash?
A very tight one as both have speed and strength in attack and defence plus have an array of experience and youth.
However, Wakefield will probably edge it as Wigan worked hard to attain a win and this may have taken too much out of them.
Furthermore, having home advantage will be crucial too and given both aspects, this is enough to separate both sides in what should be a Wakefield win but they’ll definitely be uo against it in the World Champions!