Due to bad weather and now the coronavirus outbreak, the 2020 Super League season has started like no other with an unprecedented amount of postponed games.
The current season suspension has everyone worried about the future of the sport, however, in these uncertain times, we have decided to have a bit of fun.
Using our very questionable physic powers, we have predicted the results of all postponed/suspended Super League fixtures to date and calculated what the Super League table might have looked like today (March 23).
We have not included games postponed due to the World Club Challenge or Challenge Cup as these were always scheduled to be played later in the year.
Here is how the current Super League table looks:
Predicted results of postponed/suspended fixtures:
Huddersfield 22-18 Leeds: New Huddersfield signing Aidan Sezer produces a masterclass on his home debut to help Simon Woolford’s side nick the points against a much-improved Leeds.
Wakefield 28-30 Catalans: James Maloney steps up to kick the winning penalty in the final moments as Catalans leave it late to defeat an injury-hit Wakefield in a high-scoring affair.
Catalans 24-26 Leeds: The loss of Sam Tomkins through suspension disjoints the Dragons and Luke Gale inspires an in-form Leeds team to victory in the South of France.
Huddersfield 22-23 Hull FC: In their first game without Lee Radford, Hull dig in to match early high-flyers Huddersfield and Marc Sneyd slots over the winning drop goal with 30 seconds remaining.
Leeds 18-16 St Helens: The resurgent Rhinos rubber-stamp their title credentials and compound Saints to a fourth defeat of the season in a nail-biting contest.
Salford 18-20 Castleford: Despite coming off the back of a big win over Wigan, Salford come up just short against an impressive Castleford team who continue their fine start to the season.
Hull KR 6-32 Warrington: Following their impressive win on the black and white side of Hull the previous week, Warrington produce a similar performance to defeat a struggling Hull KR team.
Wigan 28-16 Catalans: Adrian Lam’s side continue their fine home form and bounce back from defeat at Salford with a hard-fought victory against a stubborn Catalans outfit.
Toronto 10-14 Wakefield: A scrappy affair between two desperate teams but a late Tom Johnstone try proves to be the difference as Toronto stay rooted to the bottom.
Our predicted Super League table (all results above factored in):