Bradford Bulls vs Hull FC
With a place in the top eight still up for grabs, there is plenty at stake for these two sides when they clash at the Provident Stadium on Friday night.
With just the one win between them from their last five games, neither side will be high on confidence coming into this fixture, but the Bulls welcome back Jarrod Sammut, and he's absolutely crucial to Bradford's attack.
Having being pushing for a top four spot little over a month ago, the Airlie birds are now not even certain to make the play-offs at all. A last-gasp defeat at home to Wakefield was their third league defeat in a row, but they have since overcome Catalans in France to progress in the Cup.
I expect the Bulls to start strong, but they have struggled to see things out having hit the front on several occasions this season, failing to convert half-time leads on 4 occasions, and the 7.06/1 about Bradford/Hull on the ht/ft market looks a big price.
Back Bradford/Hull in the ht/ft market at 7.06/1
St Helens vs Wigan Warriors
Nathan Brown has endured a pretty torrid opening season at St Helens, rotten luck with injuries playing a large part, but some odd team selections have also been a contributing factor as far as I'm concerned. The continued selection of Paul Wellens in any position but his specialised one is pretty baffling, as as Browns insistence in picking Jon Wilkin in the halves.
Saints may be able to get away with it against the likes of Cas, but I'm not expecting them to do so against their arch rivals on Monday evening.
Wigan barely came out of a canter in their Cup Semi-final with Widnes on Monday night, coach Shaun Wane afforded the luxury of being able to withdraw Sean O'Loughlin and Sam Tomkins with a large portion of the game remaining.
In the absence of James Roby, I can't see how Saints can match Wigan in this one and expect them to cover a handicap of -8.5 points.
Back Wigan -8.5 at 1.9110/11