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Tanya Arnold presents the weekly review programme of all the latest Super League Rugby games.
Highlights from the latest round of matches in the Super League. Two of the competition's top teams in 2017 go head to head as Wigan take on Castleford at the DW Stadium. Both sides made an impressive start to the year, playing some thrilling rugby league as they each won their opening four matches, and their first meeting of 2017 promises to be a classic contest. Warrington will be looking to climb away from the bottom part of the table when they take on Leeds. Warrington scored over 50 points in the corresponding fixture last season, but the form of both teams has been very different this year. The Wolves lost their opening six matches, whilst Leeds have been challenging towards the top of the table. Hull FC are at home to Salford and St Helens play Huddersfield. Leigh Centurions look to continue their solid start to the season when they take on Catalans, and Wakefield are at home to Widnes.
Highlights from the biggest round of matches on the Super League calendar as Wigan take on St Helens, Widnes play Warrington and Castleford face Wakefield. The Easter matches are traditionally played in front of sell-out crowds as local rivals go head to head in some intense atmospheres. The rivalry between Wigan and St Helens stretches back to 1895, making it one of the oldest derby matches in world sport. The teams have met over 300 times, and their latest contest will be one of the highlights of the season. Wakefield make the short journey to take on their high-flying neighbours, the Castleford Tigers. Castleford averaged over 40 points a game in the first seven weeks of the season, but Wakefield have been in impressive form themselves, having already won away to Catalans and St Helens so far this year. Widnes and Warrington go into the Easter weekend in the bottom four and both the need the victory, and the two points on offer, to help them a climb away from the foot of the table. Salford play Leigh, and Huddersfield are at home to Catalans.
Highlights from the Easter Monday matches as the teams complete their busy Easter programme with an intriguing set of fixtures. Castleford's impressive start to the Super League season will be put to the test when they travel to St Helens. Castleford have not won on any of their last 29 visits to the town, a run which stretches back to 1992. Wigan travel to Wakefield, where they were beaten 62-0 on their last visit. Wigan recovered from that loss to go on to win the Grand Final, but Shaun Wane and his team will be out for revenge after their biggest defeat of the year in 2016. Salford look to become the third visiting team to win in France this year when they travel to Catalans. Leeds are at home to Widnes, Leigh take on Hull FC and Warrington are at home to Huddersfield Giants.
Highlights and analysis from round 11 of Super League, when last season's top eight teams go head to head. Castleford Tigers take their impressive early season form to Hull FC, where they won on both visits last year. The Tigers had the best attack, and the meanest defence in the first eight rounds of the season, and have taken over as favourites to win the Grand Final at Old Trafford. St Helens's dramatic season continues when they travel to Widnes. Saints parted company with head coach Keiron Cunningham before Easter, and will be looking to climb away from the bottom half of the table with victory against their local rivals. Wigan Warriors have a home game against Catalans Dragons, and Warrington are at home to Wakefield Trinity.
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