Some surprise names featured in the draw for the quarter-finals, and once again a few ties stole the draw.
Wigan welcomed London to the DW Stadium but the Broncos did not make it easy as both sides played below expectations in a 18-8 victory for the Warriors.
The high winds at the DW Stadium caused havoc when the ball was in the air but Wigan Warriors grabbed the victory against Castleford Tigers after a try-less first half.
St Helens took a four-point lead at the top of Super League, as they beat Wigan Warriors 10-36, with Regan Grace scoring a hat-trick.
A strong second-half display from Hull FC gave them a dominant 56-12 victory against the neighbours from across the river, Hull KR.
Despite leading 22-4 at the half-time break, Castleford Tigers found themselves in yet another nail-biting finish against closest rivals Wakefield Trinity.