Rochdale Hornets: Saturday 28th April in North Wales Crusaders Posted August 25, 2021 · Edited August 26, 2021 by fearnowt 19 hours ago, glemiln said: Looking at their fixtures, it should be at least 2wins out of 3. Hunslet’s last game is at Worky who may be declared champions earlier, especially with the win percentage formula. The latter may help Hornets who will finish with one fewer game than Hunslet, but I believe we have to win 2 out of 3 to be in 6th place and the play-offs? Over to your formulations. Having yourselves, then Barrow and Coventry at home should help some team! Expecting a great game on Saturday and that we meet in the play-offs. Looking ahead, if the latest RFL proposals for the league structures is enacted for 2022, six clubs will be be relegated from the Championship into a 16 team League 1. Perhaps we’ll meet again? Trying to work out the win percentages was just a bit of fun, as anyone would normally do with the much simpler points system. Truth is it is too complicated to work out all the permutations, so it's probably best to wait and see where we all are at the end of the regular season. I think we will both make the playoffs regardless of Saturday's result, although final positions will determine things like home advantage, and the shortest and longest route to the final. As you say, if either of us wins promotion, we will probably be relegated by the restructure if it goes ahead, something both clubs have experienced in the past (2014 ). It's going to be busy on the roads this weekend so please allow a bit of extra time for your journey. If you've been to our previous home Queensway, you'll certainly notice a huge improvement. Have a safe journey and hope you enjoy your visit.