Warrington Wolves v Huddersfield Giants predictions and rugby league tips
Wigan Warriors and Hull FC can also thrive on manic Monday
Free rugby league tips, best bets and analysis for Monday's Super League matches which includes Warrington Wolves v Huddersfield Giants.
Where to watch
Sky Sports Arena, 7.45pm Monday
Warrington Wolves -10
2pts 11-10 Betfred
Hull FC to win by one to 12 points
1pt 21-10 Sporting Index
3pts 17-20 Sporting Index
Rugby league fans are in for a treat on Monday as not only are a lucky few allowed back into their home grounds but there are also five fixtures to get stuck into in the Betfred Super League.
A relaxing of lockdown measures has prompted most clubs to rearrange their round-six matches to allow fans back into the stadiums at the first opportunity, resulting in this manic Monday.
Warrington also welcome the Sky TV cameras into their Halliwell Jones home and they can put on a show for the watching public.
The Wolves have clicked into gear recently, winning three of their last four and drawing the other with Hull FC, following an opening-round loss to Castleford.
Wire scored 50 points when beating Hull KR last time out, and 24 in a victory over Catalans prior to that, and they should be able to topple the Giants.
Huddersfield are conceding an average of 19.6 points per game but having posted points totals of just 14, 10, 24, 10 and 10 in their opening five matches you can see where their problems lie.
A ten-point handicap looks well within Warrington's reach.
St Helens can hold on to top spot when they take on Salford, while Castleford should be too strong for Hull KR, but there are better betting heats at the Leigh Sports Village and Hull FC's KCom Stadium.
Leigh have a derby dust-up with Wigan Warriors to negotiate but having held Wigan to a 20-18 defeat in round one, things may be slightly more one-sided in this rematch.
The Centurions are rock-bottom of Super League having lost five out five while shipping an average of almost 35 points per game, while Wigan have the second-best defensive record in the league and it could be another long night for Leigh.
The Warriors are asked to give up just 14 points on the handicap and that looks way too skinny, but things could be much closer in Hull where the Black & Whites take on Catalans Dragons in a tussle featuring two in-form sides.
Both sides harbour playoff aspirations and this could go either way.
Catalans have won three of their last four visits to west Hull and are the top tryscorers in the division with 27.
However, Hull's emphasis this season is on defence and they have the third-best record in the division, conceding just 11.6 points per match.
They have the rearguard to hold the French raiders at bay and backed by almost 6,000 action-starved Black & White fans, the home side may just have the edge in a mouthwatering contest.
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