The unbeaten Salford Red Devils welcomed Toronto Wolfpack to a wet and windy AJ Bell Stadium on Saturday afternoon in what would be a clash of the titans at the top of the Super 8s.
On Thursday night, Wigan Warriors welcomed Wakefield to the Totally Wigan Stadium as they aimed to put pressure on St. Helens in the race for the League Leaders Shield.
After the Challenge Cup final weekend all the clubs were back in action this weekend, and they did not disappoint. The race for promotion in The Qualifiers got even tighter with some shock results and the fight for a top-four spot in the Super 8s hotted up.
Both of these sides were looking for there second win of The Qualifiers and put pressure on the three Super League sides now sat above them, but it was Toronto who came out on top after a poor first half from London.
@Leedsrhinos were looking to make it three wins from three in The Qualifiers and secure their Super League place but @Hullkrofficial had other ideas in an absolute thriller at Headingley. #S8LEEHKR
Despite the loss of Sam Tomkins in the warm-up, Wigan spoiled Saints party as they denied them the League Leaders Shield in this classic Saints - Wigan derby fixture.
Warrington Wolves looked for redemption in Super League after the loss to Catalans at Wembley and they managed to do that in spectacular fashion despite Hull having eight extra days to prepare for this fixture.
Week two of the Super 8s and Qualifiers didn't disappoint with plenty of action to get the crowds excited and pumped up for whats to follow. In this segment, I, again, look at each and every game and how it looks to affect the teams chances at making the play-offs, staying in Super League or being promoted.