The draw for the sixth round of the Challenge Cup has been made and it has thrown up a few interesting clashes.
After six hours of discussions at the John Smith's Stadium, both the Rugby Football League and Super League clubs looked to have agreed to postpone all levels of the game until April 3rd.
Super League clubs will meet with the Rugby Football League on Monday to discuss how the sport will respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
With Saints featuring in the World Club Challenge against Sydney Roosters, five Super League games took place. Toronto are still winless, and Huddersfield remain unbeaten. But is that enough to place some of the Giants in this squad.
The lowest ranked Super League sides entered the Coral Challenge Cup at the Fifth Round stage with League One and Championship sides looking for a good home tie.
With only eight miles separating both Castleford and Wakefield, both teams will be aiming to get a victory over the local neighbours and put down a marker for early season form. We look at the squads set to go head-to-head for the bragging rights.
A full weekend of fixtures this time around, with Storm Dennis not scuppering any Super League fixtures. The Huddersfield Giants are the only unbeaten team left in the competition, with Toronto still unable to pick up a victory.
Despite only four games going ahead this weekend due to Storm Ciara, we have still picked a team of the week for Round Two of the Betfred Super League.