Not since the famous 'Wide To West' try has Super League experienced such a breathtaking finish to a winner-takes-all game. With the League Leader's Shield hovering above Wigan in a helicopter, Leeds scored a miraculous last second try, forcing the pilot to turn around and bring the Shield back across the Pennines.
Leeds, Saints, Wigan and Huddersfield all have realistic ambitions of winning this week, and booking a place in the Grand Final, so calling a winner won't be the easiest task in the world. Similarly, battling for a place in Super League next season, Wakefield and Bradford meet in a West Yorkshire derby on Saturday afternoon, dubbed the 'Million Pound Game'.
1 - Wigan Warriors to beat Huddersfield Giants by a margin of 11-20pts @ 5/2
Both sides experienced disappointment in the last round of the Super8s, narrowly missing out on the League Leader's Shield to Leeds in an unprecedented finish. Wigan, however, won their match against Castleford convincingly, reaffirming their home supremacy. Huddersfield will have been crushed to lose to Leeds in the manner they did, and will need to regroup quickly to pose Wigan any serious threat.
This is a Giants side that do everything in the game well, but nothing spectacularly. Consistent performers, in an almost robot-like fashion, they're a tough defence to crack and well drilled in converting try scoring opportunities close to the line. Wigan, however, have the star power and point-scoring backs coming out of their ears, so will look to go on the front foot from the very first play. Expect a real arm-wrestle to begin with, but for the Warriors to run away with it as the time ticks on.
2 - Leeds Rhinos to beat St Helens by a margin of 1-10pts @ 15/8
The last team to win a domestic treble were St Helens back in 2007, but this time around, it's Leeds chasing the honour. Sealing top spot in the manner they did, fresh off the back of three back-to-back losses, the Rhinos should be reinvigorated, still high on the joy created by that last minute Ryan Hall try. Furthermore, should they need anymore need for encouragement, Leeds have had the upper hand over St Helens all year, with the Saints only win against the Rhinos coming in their brief loss of form after the Challenge Cup final.
This is likely to be an extremely physical encounter, with Saints knowing that their only chance of beating Leeds is through the middle, with the Rhinos backline the highest scoring in the league. Likely to be low scoring and full of nerves, expect Leeds to get it right on the night, and force their way in to another Grand Final.
3 - Wakefield Trinity Wildcats to beat Bradford Bulls by a margin of 11-20pts @ 5/2
Given the season Wakefield had before the Middle8s stage, there would've been more than a few people expecting them to drop a division without much of a fight. That though, just hasn't been the case. Playing much better rugby against teams much closer to their level, Wakey have given a great account of themselves, and are only one more win away from regaining their place in the top flight, alongside Hull KR, Salford and Widnes.
Bradford, meanwhile, have had the type of run in The Qualifiers that Leigh would've killed for, getting themselves at the top of the Championship pile. One of the traditionally 'big' sides in Super League, this is huge chance for the Bulls to return to the big time at the first time of asking, putting this relegation and debt problems behind them. Likely to be played at a great pace in a positive manner, this could be a high scoring encounter. Wakefield though, have the Super League experienced talent in their ranks to win a one-off game like this.