Table toppers Castleford Tigers host third place Salford this weekend as they look to continue their dominance of Super League.
Castleford are eight points clear, but they only just got the better of Wakefield last week with a narrow one point win.
They host Salford, who dropped to third after being comfortably beaten at home by Leeds.
The Rhinos look the strongest of the chasing pack after moving into second and they welcome Hull FC to Headingley this week.
The weekend opener sees defending champions Wigan host Warrington with The Warriors looked to move into the top-six. Warrington’s huge win over Leigh helped move them into ninth, and away from the wrong end of the table.
Basement side Leigh could move off the bottom-of-the-table with a win over Huddersfield – but only if Widness fail to win, with The Vikings hosting Wakefield.
The weekend action comes to a close with St Helens clash at home to Catalans and the Saints will be looking to close the gap on the top-five.
13 July 2017 20:00 Wigan v Warrington
14 July 2017 20:00 Widnes v Wakefield
20:00 Leeds v Hull
20:00 Huddersfield v Leigh
20:00 Castleford v Salford
Match odds: Castleford 2/9 Draw 28/1 Salford 10/3
BetFred says: Salford will have to be back to their very best to get anything at leaders Cas but will find it tough in jungle and home side will win by 12
16 July 2017 20:00 St Helens v Catalans