Salford Red Devils put in a supreme display as they convincingly beat Castleford Tigers in the Super League play-offs on Thursday.
Tries from Adam Milner and Jordan Rankin helped Castleford Tigers to victory on the road in a hard-fought elimination final.
Wigan Warriors scored four second-half tries to guarantee home advantage against either Warrington or Salford in week one of the play-offs.
Castleford Tigers boosted their Super League play-off hopes by overcoming Hull FC courtesy of a Jake Trueman masterclass.
Super League leaders St Helens were slender victors against Castleford Tigers, while Huddersfield Giants eased relegation fears.
Wakefield Trinity stylishly claimed just a second victory in 13 Super League matches, beating fellow strugglers Hull KR 38-10.
Castleford Tigers climbed to fifth place in Super League as a four-try display saw off a London Broncos side who led in the early stages.
Salford Red Devils cruised against London Broncos, while Hull KR beat Castleford Tigers in dramatic circumstances.
St Helens have only lost three games all year in Super League, but two of those defeats have come at London Broncos.
Super League table-toppers St Helens moved 10 points clear after a 32-10 win over Wigan Warriors, while Salford surprised Warrington.