ICYMI, yesterday the last six rounds of the #NRL draw were revealed.
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Four games on Friday night make it a big night for Superleague in Round Four!
The televised game will be Warrington hosting undefeated St Helens, although the Saints will be without captain Paul Sculthorpe and young forward James Graham who were both suspended last week. Warrington played themselves into form with a comback against Hull last week, and will be looking to consolidate in front of a home crowd. Michael Sullivan can't buy any game time for the Wolves at the moment, so on the day they've got talent. Could be a close one?
Also on Friday, Harlequins hope to regiater their first win of the year, but are travelling to Hull who will be desperate to make amends for their poor showing last week. Harlequins almost beat Bradford in their last road trip, so anything's possible. Salford host Wigan, and after coming back to earth against Bradford last week the Reds will be hoping to show their early season form was no fluke. Wigan are fresh off their first win of the year, and will be looking to make it two in a row. And Castleford will hope to test Leeds at Headingley, to follow on from their win against Les Catalans last week. But having lost in a tough encounter against St Helens the Rhinos will be banking on getting back to the winning list here.
Saturday's televised game is Wakefield v Huddersfield, a win for either team will keep them with the pack vying for a top six spot. Both teams have shown they have the talent to win games, but consistency is the issue. And finally, Bradford make the trip to the south of France to face Les Catalans, who will be hoping to make the Bulls their next home ground victim...