Sunday June 3
(+8) Hull v St Helens
This is a pretty good start at home for Hull against a St Helens side that were comprehensively beaten last weekend. Saints do have a habit of bouncing back from heavy losses, but eight points is a huge start for Hull who will be smarting from last weekend's defeat. They can cover at home.
(+16) Hull KR v Warrington
Hull KR have won their last two, scoring plenty of points including three tries in the last 11 minutes last week to win the game. Warrington had a very different game last weekend, a very soft one against Widnes, and they'll have plenty of fresh players raring to go. For that reason the Wolves can win the game and despite the big handicap I expect them to cover too.
Wakefield v London (+6)
Wakefield have a fantastic record against London at home winning eight of their last nine and they played pretty well last week too. London were right in the game for periods against Catalans but just didn't go on with it and they could struggle in West Yorkshire. I expect Wakefield to win the game and they can cover too.
(+26) Widnes v Huddersfield
Widnes are better at home, winning a couple, and they have covered when losing too. Huddersfield struggled last week due to a poor completion rate which meant they couldn't play to their strengths. However, the Giants can get back on track after a couple of sub-standard performances and if they improve their completion rate they can put the Vikings to the sword. Back Huddersfield to win and cover.
(+2) Canterbury v South Sydney
Both these teams won last week and though the Souths have been in very good form I fancy the Bulldogs here. They're just starting to grind out some wins for their new coach and if they can keep it tight they could win the two points. Back the Bulldogs to cause a minor upset at home.