The season surpasses into its final third but round 21 perhaps holds more than just another round of games.
This round possesses games between fierce rivals wanting to settle any scores in the race for the Super 8s and Old Trafford, but will vengeance be gained or is it a bridge too far?
Below are the previews of every match this round, will your club win?!
Wakefield Trinity RLFC Vs Castleford Tigers
Speaking of rivalries, this is arguably currently Super League’s most exciting one as two high flyers in Wakefield Trinity RLFC and Castleford Tigers face off.
Wakefield are unchanged from their win over Warrington, whereas Castleford bring back Andy Lynch and Joel Monaghan after both sat out the narrow win over Hull.
A difficult one to call as both are playing some very good rugby but even then, in a derby clash, form goes out the window.
Looking at Wakefield, they should look to Kyle Wood more rather than just Sam Williams and Liam Finn.
The former was impressive against the Wolves and his contribution from acting half may just be what Wakefield crave going down the middle, something the Tigers have used to their advantage throughout 2017.
However, the pivots will only be allowed to work well if their forwards can lay the platform down for them.
That’s down to Craig Huby, Anthony England and Tinirau Arona namely but still without influential skipper Danny Kirmond, are Trinity up to the occasion?
In response, Castleford have nigh on a full strength team and look clinical in every area.
Luke Gale and Ben Roberts will be dangerous as per but their three-quarter line in their main danger, especially in attack.
Then of course their forwards and with Lynch returning, his presence will only add further confidence into their ranks.
This one is due to be tough but Castleford have to be favoured, purely on having more experience in their ranks plus they’ve been more consistent as of late.
They have remained top notch all season; Wakefield’s only chance is to emulate Hull and close out their left edge but if they fail at any point, it could be curtains.
Castleford to win and secure a home and away double but Wakefield may catch on in dealing with their attack and who knows what may happen from there.