The Huddersfield Giants, fresh off the exit of Simon Woolford, travelled to face a inconsistent Wakefield Trinity side looking to move towards the top-eight.
Rugby League fans will return to the Betfred Super League in England on Wednesday, September 30 after the Government granted permission for four fixtures to be staged as pilot events.
Huddersfield Giants faced off against West Yorkshire rivals Leeds Rhinos, as they looked to get revenge for a gold-point defeat earlier in the season.
The RFL Board have approved a number of changes regarding fixtures, the league table and the salary cap, following discussions with the Super League Board and clubs about the specific challenges of the 2020 Betfred Super League season.
A depleted Huddersfield Giants faced a St Helens side also missing a few key players, as they looked to couple a league double over the 2019 Super League Champions.
Huddersfield Giants looked to move into the top four as they faced a Hull FC side coming back from a two-week break.
The Huddersfield Giants faced Warrington Wolves at the Totally Wicked Stadium with both sides looking to go to level at the top of the table alongside Catalans and Wigan.
The revised season will comprise of a further 15 rounds of action followed by a Top Four semi-final play-off.