Last year's Grand Finalists meet for the second time this season with a clash at the Adelaide Oval.
St. George were outplayed by Manly as they failed to build on their win over Canterbury and they have now lost six of their last seven games.
Wests Tigers ended their losing streak whilst South Sydney's streak was extended to three games as they fell even further behind Melbourne at the top of the NRL ladder.
Hull KR dropped to the bottom of the Super League table when going down to London last week with Rovers now under serious pressure to begin picking up points.
It's hard to believe but Super League will be celebrating its 25th year in 2020. Since starting in 1996.
Queensland outplayed New South Wales in Game I of the 2019 State of Origin series and their performance was rewarded with the win after a frustrating first half. That result has seen the Blues hit the panic button with coach Brad Fittler ringing the changes as he attempts to save the series.
Catalans are struggling at the moment but if they need any excuse to put in a performance, they will have a ready-made one against the team that dumped them out of the Challenge Cup last month. Hull will be looking to maintain their winning run and can do just that with another strong display.
The last place Leeds want to go is St. Helens but they must do that this week as they attempt to become the first team to defeat the league leaders on home soil this year.
Salford blow hot and cold but last week was definitely hot as they closed the gap on the teams above them as they eye a move back towards the top 5. They host the team currently occupying the last of those play-off spots in Castleford who are very much out of form and the Red Devils can win again.
Huddersfield were heavily defeated last week and will now be looking nervously over their shoulder as the teams at the bottom begin to close the gap on them. This is now a big game for both teams with Wigan eyeing the top 5 and is likely to be a nervy affair that could go either way.
Warrington will be looking to respond to last week's loss against Hull KR and have the perfect opportunity to do so on home soil against an out-of-sorts Wakefield. Daryl Clark will return to the Warrington side which will be a big boost after he was sorely missed last week.
London have done superbly well to even have a chance of retaining their Super League status at this stage of the season and can leapfrog Hull KR if they beat them here. Rovers have improved under new coach Tony Smith but will need to be at their best to defeat London who go well on home soil.
Both Salford and Wakefield have struggled for wins recently which sees them desperate for a win here but the team news and weather will be key with Wakefield failing to play well in the rain last week. Both teams are struggling defensively and it could well come down to the halves to decide the game.
Manly should improve on the back of last week's gutsy win over North Queensland and will have to do so if they are to make it successive wins as they host St. George. The Dragons looked a lot better with their first-choice halves pairing back together and they too will feel they can earn the win.