This is an intriguing affair to kick-off Round 3 of Super League with both teams able to claim the win. It could be a tight contest with both teams going toe-to-toe up front and with Wakefield having a few injuries in the pack, Catalans might be able to utilise their big and dynamic forwards to roll up the pitch.
Sydney Roosters have shown how seriously they are taking this game by naming their strongest squad possible. That will be a worry for Wigan and even some light rain showers on the day of the game may not be enough to help level the playing field for the Warriors.
Hull KR host London this week and will view it as the perfect opportunity to get another win under their belts after their loss at Warrington. Rovers put in a decent performance last time out but lost their composure when it mattered which saw the game slip away from them in the second half.
Salford have been the surprise package to begin the season, not just for winning both games but the manner in which they have done so. They have only conceded two tries so far and with the Rhinos looking average in attack and poor in defence, Leeds could be in for another difficult afternoon.
Salford were one of the highlights of Round 1 with them playing some great stuff to beat Huddersfield but London were equally as impressive as they came from behind to defeat Wakefield.
Wakefield boss Chris Chester was left questioning his side's ability after their shock defeat to London last week and will need an instant response against a tough St Helens outfit.
Both of these teams got off to an under-par start in Round 1 last week but it's Huddersfield who will have the greater concern heading into Round 2. Catalans are strong at home and with a big pack to roll them down the field, the Giants' injury woes will be difficult to overcome.
Both of these teams will be looking to bounce back from opening round defeats with Wigan desperate to avoid losing further ground due to their two-point deduction for a 2017 salary cap breach.
Warrington highlighted their title credentials at this early stage of the season as they comfortably saw off Leeds in Round 1. They will face a buoyant Hull KR side after their dramatic late win over Hull FC but could be in for a rude awakening with the Wolves a different proposition.
Hull FC were unable to hold on as their injury-hit side went down in heartbreaking fashion and have now lost 12 consecutive games. They host Castleford this week desperate to end that run as soon as possible but the Tigers will have other ideas and will feel they can prolong the Black and Whites' agony.
London head coach Danny Ward will place the trust in many of the players that got his side promoted to keep the Broncos in Super League this season but face a tough opening test against Wakefield.
This is a big opening game for both teams but for different reasons. Warrington are the favourites to win the league and will want to lay down a marker whilst Leeds have plenty to prove after a poor 2018.
Neither of these teams are strongly fancied ahead of the upcoming season but both have some talent in their ranks capable of producing some big moments.
The Hull derby is the perfect platform for both of these teams to set their season on the right track. Rovers will hope their recruitment drive is enough to avoid another relegation battle whilst Hull FC can put last year's awful run behind them.