The past few weeks have opened the league right up, and the space between the top clubs and the bottom has closed, with sides jumping and falling several positions as they go.
In transfer news, Sam Tomkins has announced his return to Super League next season, sparking a bidding war between the top clubs should he not decide to do the obvious and join his former club Wigan alongside his brothers.
Meanwhile, this round has thrown up some more intriguing fixtures, and there's a few quid to be won if you know where to look.
1 - Warrington Wolves to beat Wakefield Trinity Wildcats by a margin of 21-30pts @ 3.412/5
Saturday 11th April, 11:30
Having lost four times on the trot, playing Wakefield at home is pretty much the ideal fixture for Warrington at this moment in time, giving them a great opportunity to halt their slide. While both sides are in pretty appalling form, Warrington are undeniably of a much higher class than Wakefield are, despite their recent run of results.
There's enough time left in the season for Warrington to regain form and finish strongly and highly in the league, but in order to do so, sides who, unfortunately in Wakefield's case, are likely to finish towards the bottom of the table are the sort of opponents the Wolves need to be beating pretty comfortably. Given pride is on the line, and their fans will want to see a reaction, expect a slow start, but I think the home side can win this by a large margin.
2 - Huddersfield Giants to beat St Helens by a margin of 1-10pts @ 3.02/1
Sunday 12th April, 15:00
Twice this season I've decided to go and see Huddersfield at home in the flesh on a whim, and on both occasions, they've been absolutely terrible. However, with St Helens in poor form too, this could be a chance for Huddersfield to show their ability, just as they have done for stages this season against the likes of Warrington and Leeds away, but oddly, not too often at home.
St Helens are now a fair few points behind top side Leeds, and their unbeaten start seems like a lifetime ago now. Super League has shown us already that home sides are fairing better, and the traditional big sides are susceptible to losing more often than they may have done previously, so that is worth bearing in mind. This one doesn't have the makings of a classic, and might not be the most high scoring game ever, but backing the Giants to steal this one narrowly should be the most lucrative way of finding a profit.
3 - Wigan Warriors to beat Catalan Dragons by a margin of 11-20pts @ 3.259/4
Sunday 12th April, 15:00
Last time I backed Catalan to lose away from home, they scored about fifty points and put in one of the performances of the season so far. However, playing against Wigan at the DW is a completely different prospect, and the Warriors are in need of shaking their stop-start form to the season.
Injuries have taken their toll on both sides, and while the pair look likely to finish within the top eight playoff places, neither seems able to put together enough consistent performances to trouble the very top of the table. In addition to a Wigan win, this has the ingredients to be a high scoring affair, with both sides more intent on attacking than defending, and both possessing some of the most exciting and prolific point scorers in the league.
Catalan announced this week that Elliott Whitehead would be heading to the NRL this season, and things shouldn't improve this weekend, with Wigan likely to win this one by two or three scores.