Hull FC are just one match away from hosting the Super League Grand Final after their victory over Warrington Wolves on Thursday.
Wigan and Warrington earned important victories in Super League on Friday, with the Warriors moving into first place.
A second Super League game on Friday has been cancelled as Salford Red Devils have "player availability issues".
Greg Inglis – who made 32 appearances for Queensland between 2006 and 2018 – will not return to the State of Origin arena.
Following two inconclusive test results each for Hull KR and Salford Red Devils, their game on Tuesday was delayed by an hour.
Wigan Warriors and St Helens were Super League winners at Headingley, while Catalans Dragons were also victorious on Friday.
Wigan Warriors and Warrington Wolves continued to set the standard in Super League with Friday victories.
Warrington Wolves' winning run continued in dramatic fashion at Castleford Tigers, while Hull FC edged out Wakefield Trinity.
A dominant win over Huddersfield Giants sent St Helens to the top of Super League, while Warrington Wolves cruised despite missing key men.
Hull FC had 12 cases of coronavirus at the club in mid-August, but they returned to action with a handsome win on Sunday.