Friday sees the first of two meetings within a week between Rhinos and Wildcats. The Rhinos will be hoping to try and claw back some of the points difference between themselves and Warrington whilst keeping the chasing pack at arms length. If results go Wakefield's way, they could finish the week in the playoff places.

Inconsistent Salford face a tough home game against the impressive Catalan Dragons, with the French side hoping to sneak above the Rhinos come full time. While Salford could see themselves propping the league ladder up should results go against them.

Four points outside the playoff spots, Bradford will be hoping home advantage in Round 22 will help them push towards a playoff spot l, while Hull will be looking to maintain their grip on their own playoff place.

With no games on Sarurday, Huddersfield and Warrington will have to wait until Sunday to find out if they can take advantage of Wigan not playing for another 24 hours. Huddersfield host Yorkshire rivals Castleford, whilst the Wolves host a Hull KR side who will be looking to leap from 6th spot in the table.

The fixture of the Roud comes on Monday as local rivals Wigan at St Helens do battle at the DW Stadium. Despite St Helens' inconsistent form of late, this match up always throws up a entertaining encounter even the neutrals wanting to see more.

Here's a breakdown of this weeks games and kick off times.

Friday 19th July.

(4) Leeds Rhinos v (9) Wakefield Wildcats (8pm GMT).

(13) Salford City Reds v (5) Catalan Dragons (8pm GMT).

(11) Widnes Vikings v (14) London Broncos (8pm GMT).

(10) Bradford Bulls v (8) Hull FC (8pm GMT).

Sunday 21st July.

(2) Huddersfield Giants v (12) Castleford Tigers (3pm GMT).

(3) Warrington Wolves v (6) Hull KR (3pm GMT).

Monday 22nd July.

(7) St Helens v (1) Wigan Warriors (7:45pm GMT).

Don't forget to check back with us next week for the results and highlights.