Salford Red Devils vs Huddersfield Giants (Thursday 7.45pm)
Ian Watson would have been disappointed with the defeat by Wigan but they can get their top five hopes back on track here against Huddersfield. The Giants are now in a relegation battle and are in terrible form. I can see Salford winning this quite comfortably.
Keith says: Salford by 14
Castleford Tigers vs Leeds Rhinos (Friday 7.45pm)
Both these sides got big wins last week, Cas to go back into the top five while Leeds went from bottom to ninth. Their recent record at the Jungle is terrible but I think the Rhinos may have turned a corner and I can see Robert Lui and Richie Myler guiding them to victory.
Keith says: Leeds by 8
Hull FC vs St Helens (Friday 7.45pm)
The black and white side of Hull will still be reeling from the defeat to their city rivals. They must try bounce back against a Saints side now eight clear at the top after victory away to Warrington. Justin Holbrook’s side could be forgiven for taking their foot off the gas now but I don’t think they will.
Keith says: Saints by 18
Wigan Warriors vs Hull KR (Friday 7.45pm)
A few more wins for Wigan and I think Adrian Lam will get the job next season. They host Hull KR next and Tony Smith has made a big impact since taking charge. Having worked hard to get into the top five, I don’t see Wigan letting up now and they’ll have too much for Rovers I feel.
Keith says: Wigan by 10
London Broncos vs Warrington Wolves (Saturday 3pm)
St Helens, Wigan and a number of teams having fallen to the Broncos in the capital this season and next up is Warrington. The Wolves will be huge favourites for this but on the 4G pitch anything can happen. This will be closer than many expect but the Wolves should just have enough.
Keith says: Warrington by 12
Catalans Dragons vs Wakefield Trinity (Saturday 5pm)
The final game of the weekend sees two teams still with a chance of the top five. Catalans have been awful for the past month now and up until last week’s win against Huddersfield, Wakefield haven’t been much better either. On the basis of them winning last week, I’ll tip Trinity in a close one.
Keith says: Wakefield by 4