There are some huge games tonight as Wigan Warriors and Hull FC collide, St Helens and Hull KR do battle in a game devoted to Daniel Anderson whilst Huddersfield Giants and Salford Red Devils meet in a game that could have a big impact on the play-off race.
But the biggest game of course is the meeting between Wakefield Trinity and Castleford Tigers.
In the eyes of many, this game will settle who suffers relegation at the end of the year making a win hugely important.
The game kicks off at 20:00 on Sky Sports with Wakefield having home advantage.
Sky have held a vote on who fans believe will be relegated and the fans overwhelmingly believe Castleford will be relegated.
Who will be relegated from Super League??
— Sky Sports Rugby League (@SkySportsRL) August 18, 2023
Both sides have only won four games all season and currently sit tied on eight points a piece but a win on Friday night under the Belle Vue lights will see one team pull two points clear and leave their rivals staring down the barrel of relegation.
Wakefield have won their last four games at home but this fifth win would be the most important of the season so far if they can manage it, and they’ll be close to full strength for the game.
Recent signing Josh Griffin has now completed his ban and will be set to debut in the game against his former club, whilst the half back pairing of Luke Gale and Mason Lino looks set to go again with that experience proving vital potentially.
As for Castleford they now have a new man in charge with Andy Last being dismissed after their loss to Huddersfield Giants at Wheldon Road most recently.
Former London Broncos boss Danny Ward has taken over and he’ll be hoping to get off to a winning start and snap the Tigers’ current losing streak of five matches.
The Tigers are without Riley Dean who was recalled by parent club Warrington Wolves but they’ve recently made plenty of signings including PNG international Liam Horne and Lebanese star Charbel Tasipale.
Danny Ward has selected his first team as Tigers Head Coach.
Jordan Turner has had a speedy recovery from his thumb injury to return to the side and Blake Austin also comes in for what could be his Castleford debut.
This means Gareth Widdop starts at fullback.
As for Wakefield, they give a debut to Josh Griffin at centre. Jai Whitbread returns and Luke Gale and Mason Lino start in the halves.