WARRINGTON Wolves could still finish anywhere from second to fifth in Super League going into the final round of fixtures.

However, the option of finishing second may have been taken off the table by the time they kick off at Leeds Rhinos on Friday.

Here is how the top six currently looks:

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With Wigan Warriors' game against Castleford Tigers being moved to Thursday, a Wigan win would guarantee second spot, meaning the best Warrington could do is come third.

They would assure that with a win at Headingley, but anything else opens the door for Salford Red Devils, who host relegation-threatened Hull KR on Friday.

In their current position, The Wire would travel to Wigan in the first round of play-off games, with the winner travelling to St Helens in the first semi final.

Here is the play-off format:

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