Here’s hoping we’re back for a full round of action, especially as it’s yet another way of celebrating the Mother’s Day weekend.
Below are the possible outcomes on all six games this weekend, find out who will come out on top and give the mothers of the sport a well earned treat!
Leeds Rhinos Vs Hull FC
Kick-starting the weekend sees two old enemies clash as Leeds Rhinos host Hull FC in the first match at the re-vamped Emerald Headingley stadium.
Leeds, fresh from a week off following the beast from the East; Hull, though, returned to winning ways following a hard fought win over Warrington last time out.
Kallum Watkins Vs Carlos Tuimavave
First off are two adaptable and skilful players in Leeds skipper Kallum Watkins and Hull’s Carlos Tuimavave.
Watkins has been one of the greatest ever players to have graced the Headingley surface, going by all his past achievements that has earned him the right to be captain.
But he faces a tricky opponent in Tuimavave, who has been an unsung hero for the Airlie Birds, putting in a Man of the Match performance against Warrington last week.
Both will provide either team with an extra attacking option out wide as well as plenty of pace and power in both attack and defence.
Brad Singleton Vs Scott Taylor
Now on to two juggernauts in Brad Singleton and Scott Taylor.
Singleton being a local Leeds lad, he has thrived ever since coming on the scene 2011, being part of four of their Grand Final wins.
But Taylor, being a local Hull lad and all, is a back-to-back Wembley winner and can make the Black and Whites tick at any time.
A lot of talent between two home grown players that should provide either team with a lot of ‘go forward’.
Brett Delaney Vs Sika Manu
Last up are two exiles from down under in Brett Delaney and Sika Manu.
Delaney has served eight season with the Rhinos and has been a popular figure amongst the Rhinos faithful, having won a total of four Super League titles with the club for good measure.
But Manu is no slouch, being part of Hull’s back-to-back Wembley wins and been a pivotal figure since the sleeping giant awoke in the city two seasons ago.
Two powerful players who can cause any opponent more than a headache and will be highly crucial in this clash.
Both sides produced highly eventful games last season and there’s no reason why the same won’t happen against here at a revamped Emerald Headingley stadium.
The Rhinos have their pivots available in Joel Moon and Richie Myler, though both have yet to shine this season in fairness.
However, they can click as Matt Parcell returns from injury and going by his strong 2017 campaign, he should lead by example, not only for the half-backs but also the forward pack.
This is where the Rhinos are strong; okay they are without Adam Cuthbertson but still having Singleton, Delaney, Jamie Jones-Buchanan, Carl Ablett, Mitch Garbutt and Anthony Mullally provides the Rhinos with a lot of size and strength.
Then of course they have more of that in their back line with Ryan Hall, Tom Briscoe and Kallum Watkins, who are all speedy too.
Leeds will start as favourites but don’t count out the Airlie Birds, they have stunned the majority of the rugby league world with two very strong seasons.
So it’s no fluke how they have become silverware contenders and as a result, should be a tough test for the reigning champions here.
Marc Sneyd is obviously Hull’s main attacking threat with his devastating kicking game and has worked rather well with stand-in half-back Jake Connor in recent weeks.
Hull also have a powerful three-quarter line in Fetuli Talanoa, Josh Griffin and Carlos Tuimavave but a weak link is losing Bureta Faraimo, with Jack Logan returning after a while out of first team action.
Then of course with Liam Watts being suspended, this could cause Hull problems up front.
However, Taylor, Manu, Mark Minichiello and Josh Bowden have a lot of experience and can cause Leeds a lot of havoc but without Watts and Captain Danny Houghton, they do lack some guidance.
So looking at everything, Leeds have the advantage of being at home, more pivots, experienced forwards and a more familiar team altogether that should see them through.
It should be a difficult and entertaining game but one Leeds will see through as they are set to return to winning ways, extending Hull’s winless run at Headingley even further.