Wigan Warriors and St Helens went to toe-to-toe for the second time this season as Round 19 of the Betfred Super League came to an end.
Leeds Rhinos looked to consolidate their Coral Challenge Cup Final victory with a win against a strong St Helens side looking to extend their lead at the top of the table.
In the reverse of last weekends fixture, St Helens faced Wakefield Trinity at the Halliwell Jones Stadium as the visitors looked to avoid a tenth straight defeat.
In a battle between the first and last placed sides in the league, St Helens faced off against Wakefield Trinity at Headingley, as round 15 continued.
In the first meeting between these two teams in 2020, the Wigan Warriors featured six debutants including Kai Pearce-Paul and Umlya Hanley to face St Helens.
Warrington Wolves and St Helens clashed in the Quarter-Finals of the Coral Challenge Cup, with both sides ,in good form coming into the fixture.
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.
St Helens faced off against Hull Kingston Rovers knowing that a win by more than two points would take them to the top of the Betfred Super League