Part two but just how tired are our heroes?! Well life goes on for all of them as they are all set for another Easter Monday showdown!
Find out below who will come out on top in another all-important 80 minutes at stake!
Castleford Tigers Vs Warrington Wolves
First up is a meeting between two silverware hopefuls in Castleford Tigers and Warrington Wolves.
Castleford on a five-match winning run, impressive, even if their wins have not all been that convincing, but the Wolves, themselves, starting to find some form that could set this up to be something special!
Grant Millington Vs Michael Cooper
First up are two players from last round’s Team of the Week in Grant Millington and Michael Cooper.
Millington utilised his talents last week to help the Tigers grind out a hard-fought win away at Wakefield in awful conditions.
But Cooper, having been an international and all, helped Warrington overcome a resistant Widnes outfit as they continued their surge up the table.
Two very powerful figures who either team will look to utilise when going forward and expect a good defensive effort from them too.
Mike McMeeken Vs Ben Currie
Now the back row in another two internationals Mike McMeeken and Ben Currie.
McMeeken has been one of Castleford’s better players this season; especially in defence, having made 234 tackles, the second highest amount from a Castleford Tiger this season.
But against Currie, his work will be cut out. Having made 143 tackles and 330 metres this year, Currie will pose a constant threat throughout.
An interesting battle on the cards here between two highly talented back-rowers, hoping to provide enough support for the front row as well as their half-backs.
Luke Gale Vs Kevin Brown
Speaking of which, a half-back battle of Luke Gale and Kevin Brown is just too good to miss out.
The reigning Man of Steel, Gale has yet to back up such a season so far arguably, but is more than capable.
However, Brown is in a similar position. Yet to shine at Warrington and having a quiet World Cup, Brown still possesses bags of quality within him and can spark the Wolves here.
Two players with a point to prove in what could be season defining fixture for either club.
A very difficult game to call as both teams are in good form but have yet to set the league alight some might say.
Castleford are set to hand a debut to Liam Watts and adding such a talent to the likes of Junior Moors, Nathan Massey, Gadwin Springer, Millington and McMeeken means the Tigers will be more than a handful.
And to be led by a combination of Gale, Ben Roberts and Paul McShane, the Tigers have a lot of experience to boast from.
And let us not forget speed such as Michael Shenton, Jake Webster and James Clare.
Therefore, the Tigers will be a threat in every department in this one, but can the Wolves stand up to the challenge?
Well, with Brown, they have Tyrone Roberts, Stefan Ratchford and former Man of Steel Daryl Clark at their disposal as a pivot combination.
That and they have a forward pack that could match the Tigers in Cooper, Currie, Chris Hill, Ben Murdoch-Masila, Dom Crosby and Sitaleki Akauola.
International and play-off experience amongst them, this is what will make this game something special.
That and the Wolves possess three-quarters who know their way to the try line in Tom Lineham, Bryson Goodwin, Ryan Atkins and of course Josh Charnley.
All in all, a very tough game but given their slightly better consistency and having home advantage, guess what’s coming next, Castleford should edge it.
A nip/tuck affair is due in this one but on top of that aspect, and perhaps a slightly more talented forward pack, Castleford should have enough to see off a strong effort from their visitors.