20th July 2018, 08:30 | championship
Only two games remain in the Betfred Championship before the Super 8s Qualifiers, Toronto Wolfpack have already picked up the League Leaders’ Shield, and only three points separate Toulouse Olympique in second to Leigh Centurions in sixth.
Toronto Wolfpack will host Rochdale Hornets on Saturday night to kick off the weekend’s action, Wolfpack will be looking to extend their winning streak to 18 games against bottom of the table Hornets.
Wolfpack’s Blake Wallace has been in tremendous form for the Canadian side scoring ten tries in five games, he has also scored a hat-trick twice in the last three games.
The @RLChampionships this year seems to be the league that just keeps on giving fans these massive games.@FevRovers vs @LondonBroncosRL is yet another.— London Broncos (@LondonBroncosRL) July 17, 2018
The boys need you this weekend to be louder than ever #WeAreLondon pic.twitter.com/pj6tHW64Zx
Four of the top six team face each other this weekend, Featherstone Rovers host London Broncos, while Toulouse travel to Halifax.
Featherstone are currently in third position one point ahead of London Broncos in fourth, Broncos will be full of confidence after gaining two crucial points to lift them ahead of Halifax, while Featherstone beat Swinton Lions 60-4.
A win for Olympique could see them guaranteed a place in the Qualifiers, but they will have to be at their best to beat a Halifax team that are currently fifth.
The lads are all excited to be back at @lsvstadium this weekend. The season really is compressed into two vital games now and we face @Swinton_Lions in the first. Are you coming along too? Tickets on sale from all the usual outlets and online now! pic.twitter.com/8pywWMfPuo— Leigh Centurions (@LeighCenturions) July 18, 2018
Centurions need a win against struggling Swinton Lions to keep pressure on those above them, Swinton will be without Chris Hankinson who has recently joined Wigan Warriors.
Dewsbury Rams face Sheffield Eagles as both teams will be looking to pull away from the bottom two teams.