Leeds Rhinos, Warrington Wolves, Hull FC, Hull KR and Salford Red Devils are all battling for the top six.
There are two spots available in the top six with five clubs separated by just two points in the fight for fifth and sixth in the league and keeping their Grand Final dreams well and truly alive.
It is remarkable that Warrington are in this mix with the Wolves winning their first eight games this year but a club record eight defeats in a row has undermined their season well and truly.
Now former Warrington prop Kyle Amor has had his say on thinks we could see the Wolves miss out.
He said on The Last Tackle:
“I think you can put Warrington Wolves in there. I think their drop off in form, and obviously everything that’s gone on you know I think they’re probably the team out of them all who would look like they’re going to drop out of the top six.
“I still actually think that if they get there they have got the squad within there to 100% make a challenge at the back end of the season; but you have to go into playoffs with a bit of momentum behind you. I feel that Warrington Wolves, out of those clubs that sit currently in the six, they are very much showing that they’re looking like the most likely that they’re going to drop out of it.
“I’m not as convinced around this top six part, who gets in, who gets out, because some of the teams in and around there are just throwing in some crazy performances.
“Then other teams are getting results where you perhaps wouldn’t think they’ve got one and it’s so so difficult that part I perhaps wouldn’t think they’ve got one and it’s so so difficult that part I think it’s much more difficult to call who gets in the six than who gets relegated.”
This came as Dianika Primm said Catalans Dragons aren’t being given enough credit: “They’re four points ahead, they physically cannot drop out of the top six now so they’re comfortable in it.
“I think it’s a real shame for Catalan, because they’ve really not ignored them, but they’ve not had the positives that maybe a Saints would have had or Leigh Leopard have had getting the Challenge Cup. Are we going to see Leigh drop off form because of the Challenge Cup win? But facing that Catalan side they look classic of Catalan, they put in the hard yards because they do the traveling, they have to fix up.
“Mitchell Pearce at the weekend that was phenomenal, and that’s what led the game for Catalan and what what if he gets injured God forbid, touch wood that doesn’t happen, but if Catalan get a couple of dodgy injuries, would that make them suffer?”