Good evening and welcome along to our live Hull KR blog where we will be bringing you updates on the crunch clash with Salford Red Devils.
It has been billed as Judgement Day in Super League and it is set to be a night full of tension as Rovers, London Broncos, Wakefield Trinity and Huddersfield Giants fight for their survival.
KR know a victory will secure their safety but each of their relegation rivals can say the same thing in an unprecedented finish to a Super League season.
Rovers just need to hold up their end of the bargain and render results elsewhere inconsequential.
Find out if they can do just that in the live blog below as we bring you all the build-up, match updates and reaction.
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The relief was palpable as the exhausted Hull KR players saluted the travelling fans after learning that London Broncos’ defeat to Wakefield Trinity had kept them in Super League.
While survival celebrations are a curious thing, after months of anxiety and uncertainty the release of emotions evident at the AJ Bell Stadium is only natural.
KR’s ability to handle pressure had been questioned in the wake of their latest defeat to a relegation rival but they have developed a habit of bouncing back under Tony Smith and they dragged themselves off the canvas one last time against in-form Salford Red Devils.
In the end, the fact they lost 17-16 in golden point was largely inconsequential as news filtered through that London had gone down 19-10 at Belle Vue.
Salford get another set
Matt Parcell charges down Krisnan Inu’s drop-goal attempt near halfway and the ball spins into touch, meaning Salford feed the scrum with two minutes to go and a golden opportunity to finish this.
Hall misses long-range attempt
It was worth a pop in the final seconds of the first half but it fell well short and it’s half-time and golden point.
Headley down with cramp
But he’s fit to continue and Salford start their next set inside their own 20.
Rovers with first use of ball
Good set and Josh Drinkwater finds touch 10 metres from the Salford line.
Try: Joey Lussick
This is going to golden point. Robbie Mulhern shoots out of the line and Joey Lussick evades him to burrow his way over under the sticks. Krisnan Inu can’t miss and it finishes 16-16 after 80 minutes.
The most intense pressure, to win this at least. Wakefield appear to have done the job against London.
Pressure still on
Ryan Shaw does well to hack a kick into touch but it means a scrum for Salford 10 metres out.
Here come Salford
Rovers penalised and Salford are attacking the KR line. They then win another penalty.
Josh Drinkwater goes for the drop goal and it’s charged down so KR get another set, but he then drops it going for the line. It’s getting tense. Six minutes left on the clock.
Spear tackle on Kyle Trout and Ryan Shaw will go for the two from bang in front to make it 16-10, which he does with ease. Another minute off the clock. Just under 10 left now as Salford kick deep from the restart. We’re heading into drop-goal territory and perhaps 1,000 Super League points for Danny McGuire.
Rovers have a scrum just inside the Salford half and have a great chance to put the game to bed.
Rovers managing the game well
Salford are trying to turn the screw but Rovers are standing firm and the back three have been solid under the high ball. Just under 13 minutes to go and KR lead 14-10.
Huddersfield 14-22 Catalans
Hull FC 6-18 St Helens
Leeds 14-0 Warrington
Salford 10-14 Hull KR
Wakefield 18-0 London
TRRRRRRRRRY! Kane Linnett
Scenes! A nice pass from Weller Hauraki puts Ryan Shaw away down the wing and he keeps his cool to find Kane Linnett in support. He finishes in front of the jubilant travelling fans. Shaw is on target again to make it 14-10.
Rare chance for KR to attack the line
They feed the scrum 30 metres out and for the first time tonight they can have a proper crack at the Salford line. But Jackson Hastings was there to mop up Josh Drinkwater’s grubber kick near the posts.
Goal: Krisnan Inu
The winger is on target this time from 40 metres out after Rovers are penalised for messing around at the ruck. Salford lead for the first time.
Try: Tui Lolohea
Salford are level. The deadly duo of Jackson Hastings and Niall Evalds link up and although KR scramble well to haul the full-back down, the damage is done as Tui Lolohea takes advantage of a ricochet from a kick to touch down. Krisnan Inu somehow hits the post from just to the right of the uprights so it remains 8-8.
Rovers make it to within five metres of the Salford line as Danny McGuire is caught on the lat. They won’t mind that, though.
Huddersfield 10-14 Catalans
Hull FC 6-14 St Helens
Leeds 8-0 Warrington
Wakefield 8-0 London