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The Super League side with the most home games in the opening 10 Rounds and the two with the least

Fixture lists aren’t always created equal and that is very true of the opening 10 rounds of Super League.

You’d expect every side to have five home games and five away games in the opening 10 fixtures.

But that is not the case. Castleford Tigers have more home games than any Super League side in those opening 10 games with six.

On the other side of things, their rivals Wakefield Trinity only have four home games in those opening 10 fixtures perhaps due to the redevelopment of Belle Vue which is on going.

Likewise, Champions St Helens only have four home games in the opening 10 games. This is because their Round One fixture has been postponed due to their World Club Challenge commitments in Australia that weekend.

This means that Huddersfield Giants have the fewest away fixtures in the opening 10 games because their trip to St Helens has been postponed. They also have three home fixtures in a row from Round Four to Round Six.

Saints, Wakefield, Leigh, Warrington and Wigan are the only sides without back to back home games inside the opening 10 Rounds. Wigan and Warrington play at home every other week perhaps as it is supposed to be with Wigan at home in every evan round of the opening 10 and Warrington at home for every odd round starting with an opening day clash with Leeds.

Longest wait for a home game: St Helens (Round Three vs Leeds Rhinos)

Most home games in a row: Huddersfield Giants (Three Round 4-6)

The five teams without back-to-back home games: Leigh Leopards, St Helens, Wakefield Trinity, Warrington Wolves, Wigan Warriors

Fewest Away Games in the opening 10 rounds: Castleford Tigers and Huddersfield Giants (4)

Most Away Games in the opening 10 rounds: Wakefield Trinity (6)

Most Home Games in the opening 10 rounds: Castleford Tigers (6)

Fewest Away Games in the opening 10 rounds: Wakefield Trinity and St Helens (4)

Castleford Tigers: 6
R2 St Helens
R3 Wigan Warriors
R5 Leeds Rhinos
R6 Warrington Wolves
R8 Wakefield Trinity
R10 Hull KR

Catalans Dragons: 5
R2 Leigh Leopards
R3 Hull FC
R5 Hull KR
R 7 Castleford Tigers
R8 Warrington Wolves

Huddersfield Giants: 5
R2 Warrington Wolves
R4 Castleford Tigers
R5 Wigan Warriors
R6 St Helens
R9 Catalans Dragons

Hull FC: 5
R1 Castleford Tigers
R4 Salford Red Devils
R6 Leigh Leopards
R8 Hull KR
R10 Huddersfield Giants

Hull KR: 5
R1 Wigan Warriors
R3 Leigh Leopards
R4 Warrington Wolves
R7 Leeds Rhinos
R9 St Helens

Leeds Rhinos: 5
R2 Hull FC
R4 Wakefield Trinity
R6 Catalans Dragons
R8 Huddersfield Giants
R9 Hull FC

Leigh Leopards: 5
R1 Salford Red Devils
R4 St Helens
R7 Wigan Warriors
R8 Salford Red Devils
R10 Leeds Rhinos

Salford Red Devils: 5
R2 Hull KR
R5 Wakefield Trinity
R7 Huddersfield Giants
R9 Castleford Tigers
R10 Catalans Dragons

St Helens: 4
R3 Leeds Rhinos
R5 Hull FC
R7 Wakefield Trinity
R10 Warrington Wolves

Wakefield Trinity: 4
R1 Catalans Dragons
R3 Huddersfield Giants
R6 Hull KR
R9 Leigh Leopards

Warrington Wolves: 5
R1 Leeds Rhinos
R3 Salford Red Devils
R5 Leigh Leopards
R7 Hull KR
R9 Wigan Warriors

Wigan Warriors: 5
R2 Wakefield Trinity
R4 Catalans Dragons
R6 Salford Red Devils
R8 St Helens
R10 Wakefield Trinity

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