Castleford Tigers vs Hull FC
Their have been real signs of Castleford turning the corner under Daryl Powell's leadership and they look set to continue their revival at when they face Hull on Friday night.
Leeds, Hull KR and Widnes have all fallen at the Probiz Coliseum this season, and whilst Cas may not have enough to add the Airlie Birds to that list of victims, they should be able to keep within 10.5 points of a Hull side missing Richard Horne, Kirk Yeaman and Gareth Ellis.
Castleford's key attacking threats are all available and they can make the most of opportunities that come their way in what could well be a free-scoring game given the conditions.
back Castleford Tigers +10.5 points at 1.9110/11
Warrington Wolves vs Wigan Warriors
Wigan have coped well with numerous injuries in the last few rounds, still sitting pretty at the top of the table despite the absence of the likes of Blake Green, Sean O'Loughlin and Matty Smith, but this is the toughest task they have faced in recent weeks as they aim to turnover the Wolves at the Halliwell Jones.
Smith and Darell Goulding are in contention to make their return, but O'Loughlin, Thornley, Green, Flower, Dudson and McIllorum are all still unavailable. That's a lot of quality to be missing when going up against a side as classy as Wire.
Tony Smith's side have been ticking over nicely since a surprise defeat to Hull at home last month, romping to a 82-10 win at London on the back of wins against Saints and Salford. Their are definite signs that Wire are coming to the boil, and they should have too much for Wigan on Monday.
back Warrington Wolves -4.5 points at 1.71