Due to the anti-Leicester season currently being enjoyed by everyone that isn't the Leeds Rhinos, this season will likely see a new set of champions, with the reigning treble winners rooted to the bottom of the table.
More than halfway through the campaign, this is where teams have to start gearing up for the league split, making sure they give themselves the best chance possible to either finish in the top four of the Super8s, or avoid relegation in the qualifiers.
With plenty to keep us entertained across Round 14, here are the best bets from this weekend of Super League action.
Wigan Warriors vs Hull FC
Friday 13th May, 20:00
Live on SkySports
Hull are currently one of the form sides in the competiton, but while Wigan were beaten in their last top table clash at home, this one is likely to go a little bit differently. Despite the impressive form of Hull and their brilliant performance in the cup against St Helens away, Wigan will be welcoming back local hero Sam Tomkins, widely recognised as the best player in the country before his move to the NRL a few years back.
Now older, and with the experience of the best league in the world under his belt, Tomkins will be looking to dispel any notion that he bottled his NRL chances by picking up where he left off in Super League, taking the competition by storm, and leading Wigan to as many honours as possible.
Hull will put up a good fight, and they're likely to test Wigan early on, looking to build on their momentum, but should everything go to plan, tonight will be all about one man making his homecoming appearance.
Recommended Bet: Wigan Warriors to beat Hull FC by +13pts @ 13/8
Catalan Dragons vs Huddersfield Giants
Saturday 14th May, 17:00
Live on SkySports
If it wasn't for the Leeds Rhinos, there'd be much more said about just how bad the Huddersfield Giants have been this season, as well. Another club who would've had top four ambitions now looking likely to settle somewhere towards the bottom, this isn't the sort of away trip they'd look to as a confidence builder.
Catalan have been excellent this season, and are rightly one of the favourites to win the entirely competiton. Ruthless on their day, the Dragons have the ability to rip through teams with minimal effort, possessing the type of talent any club would be lucky to have.
While there's been some good news of late for the Giants, and two back-to-back victories of Leeds in both the league and cup will have cheered up their fans, this one looks set to bring them crashing right back down to earth. The home side should win this one fairly comfortably, and their home support will ensure that they don't take their foot off the gas.
Recommended Bet: Catalan Dragons to beat Huddersfield Giants by +13pts @ 11/10
Hull Kingston Rovers vs Widnes Vikings
Sunday 15th May, 15:00
Widnes have completely fallen away after starting the season on fire, climbing to the top of the ladder on more than one occasion. Now in a rough patch of form, they're heading to a Hull KR side who can't quite settle in to a good run of form, despite shaking off some early season fears of being the competitors whipping boys.
At home, with a shot at the top eight still to play for, this would go a long way to helping James Webster and his men leapfrog the likes of Widnes in the league, and avoid another season scrapping for survival in the Middle8s, which be a relief for all involved.
Not much between them on paper, this one could be a fairly tight, high scoring match, which is almost code for saying that both of these sides are better at cross the try line than defending it. Home advantage and slightly better form favour the Robins, and Widnes aren't in the sort of shape to stop them.
Recommended Bet: Hull Kingston Rovers to beat Catalan Dragons by 1-10pts @ 2/1