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.
The Warrington Wolves returned from a two-week break to face a Huddersfield Giants side without a win in the last month.
Round 19 of Super League continued, as FC and KR met in the Hull Derby at the Totally Wicked Stadium with the Robins looking to avenge a 25-16 loss earlier in the season.
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.
Later than scheduled, the Hull Kingston Rovers faced the Castleford Tigers at the Totally Wicked Stadium to kick off round 17.
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.
The Warrington Wolves prepared for the Challenge Cup Final as they welcomed a Leeds Rhinos side, full of young talent.
With both sides knocked out of the Challenge Cup, the Warrington Wolves and Wigan Warriors went head-to-head with all eyes on the Super League run-in.