The first silverware of 2017 will be handed out next month and Hull, Leeds, Wigan and Salford all want to be at Wembley for a shot at getting their hands on the Challenge Cup. However, only two teams can meet beneath the arch and this weekend’s matches will determine who they are.
It’s the last round of games before Super League splits and the top teams will be looking to take momentum into the Super 8s, whilst those at the bottom seek some decent form to help them retain their top flight status.
Wigan and Warrington meet in Super League Round 22 in a repeat of last year’s Grand Final, whilst leaders Castleford host third-placed Salford.
As the Super League season hurtles towards the Super 8s, there is plenty still left to play for. Wakefield Trinity host West Yorkshire neighbours, Castleford, Hull FC travel to St Helens and Wigan visit Catalans, hoping to pull further away from their French foe and confirm their top flight status.
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