Highlights and analysis from latest round of matches in Super League. Featuring Wigan v St Helens, Huddersfield v Castleford and Warrington v Hull Kingston Rovers.
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we know who is third in line to the throne - but we are few weeks away
from finding out who's going to be crowned kings of the Super League.
With us assessing the action from 22 is Bryan Noble and Robbie
Hunter-Paul. Here is what is coming up. Historically, it is one of the
all-time classic Super League matchups, St Helens taking on Wigan.
It's make or break for Bradford. They look to stop the rot against
Hull. We go bowling with the early of the hottest derbies in the
fixture list - St Helens taking on Wigan. Saints could miss the
play-offs for the first time ever, and for Wigan, only two points will
do to stay ahead of the pack. Early in the season when they met, Wigan
came out on top. For Nathan Brown, there's more at stake this time than
local pride. It's quite an important game for both sides, but when you
look at the competition, where we are situated, picking up two points
obviously, to me, is more important than who we are playing. They have
never lost at Langtree Park but Sean Wayne knows they will need more than
history on their side to get the win. We need to be at our best
together and get two points. There's a lot of pride at stake and this is
a big game for both teams. It means a lot to the local lads and I
their Challenge Cup game in London next week. Hampshire is at full-back
for them. O'Brien at the back of scrum. Swift. He has got a bit of
room and he is over. What a return for Adam Smith. He has been on dual
registration at Whitehaven where, he has been creating headlines and here
he is at St Helens, doing exactly the same. A terrific opening try by
Swift. What a night. Two tries already. If this one is given. They
are going for the video here. They are looking for the obstruction. Did
Lomax take that catch on the outside shoulder of his man? Was Matthew
Smith guilty of moving in? The video referee says it is a try. And St
Helens are off to a flyer here. Already into double figures and two
have got the penalty here. Hampshire, obstructed, the shoulder
got in his way and Wigan get the penalty. It is taken quickly. Driven
hard. Wigan are desperate to get themselves on the board if they can.
Richards. In at the corner. Wigan have their opening try. And they are
back in the game. Well, it was the fancy footwork of Hampshire which
set things up here. You could see the St Helens men are moving in on
him and give the penalty away. Richards, an easy finish. One bright
star missing tonight, but Ryan Hampshire making his mark for Wigan.
They are beginning to build a game here. It's a tough old tackle going
in. But Wigan are back to the middle. He touches down. Charnley.
There has to be a question asked here. Who did this hit? Did it come
off the St Helens man? It looks like so the try is given. And Wigan have
Highlights and analysis from the latest round of matches in Super League.
Just two points separate the top three teams entering the final six rounds of the season. Leaders Wigan make the short journey to face St Helens, Huddersfield play Castleford and Warrington have a home game against Hull Kingston Rovers.