Lamb cuts inside and scores, Dixon converts but it’s all too little too late. 19-10 with 10 seconds to go.
It’s all a bit too late, but the Broncos have a try through Walker, Dixon misses the conversion. 19-4 to Wakefield
Danny Brough has sealed the win for Wakefield with a drop goal, 19-0 Wakey with 12 minutes to go.
Huddersfield 14-22 Catalans
Hull FC 6-18 St Helens
Leeds 14-0 Warrington
Salford 10-14 Hull KR
Wakefield 18-0 London
London held up
The Broncos cross the try line but great Wakefield defence means Gee is held up and can’t touch down.
Reece Lynne scores for Wakefield and Brough misses the kick, but this game looks done with Trinity now 18-0 up.
London no try
The Broncos are over the try line again, but like in the first half it’s a no try as Dixon bounces the ball while trying to touch down.
Ryan Hampshire has his second try of the night and Wakefield are now 14-0 ahead after a Brough conversion and London are looking relegated.
Salford have scored against Hull Kr but missed the conversion and it’s 8-8 at the AJ Bell against Hull KR.
Second half underway
London need a massive 40 minutes, Wakefield need to keep doing what they’re doing.
The Broncos heading down as it stands.
Wakefield will be happy with that 40 minutes, they’re deserving leaders.
London need to come out stronger and sharper if they’re to stay in Super League.
London try disallowed
Great run by Ryan Morgan who hits a great line and goes over, but the pass is forward by Walker who waited just a second too late.
Poor from Walker and London should have scored.
Huddersfield 10-14 Catalans
Hull FC 6-14 St Helens
Leeds 8-0 Warrington
Salford 4-8 Hull KR
Wakefield 8-0 London
Ryan Atkins is caught in two minds as he goes to the corner and then tries to spin out the tackle and get a pass away, but knocks on in front of the London line.
The Broncos are not having much territory here.
A 13th try of the season for Hampshire and Wakefield are opening up a small amount of breathing room.
Brough adds the extras and it’s 8-0 Wakefield.
Ryan Hampshire thinks he’s scored, the ref says try but it’s being checked for an offside
Wakefield try disallowed
Ben Jones Bishop thinks he has a score, but it’s ruled out for a knock on as he jumps for the ball with opposite number Williams.
Great chance London
Great move orchestrated by Brock Lamb who chips over to the corner but Dixon knocks it dead when trying to ground it.
Penalty to London
Bur former Hull KR man Kieron Dixon misses a simple one from in front of the posts.
Elsewhere, it’s Huddersfield 6-4 Catalans, Salford 0-6 Hull KR
Wakefield go ahead
A Danny Brough penalty after an offside by London has helped the hosts go two points up here.
Wakefield then spill the ball from the kick-off, a chance for London to strike back immediately
Hull KR lead
Hull KR have taken an early lead at Salford Red Devils, Josh Drinkwater with a converted try.
Friday the 13th will be unlucky for some with any one of four clubs still in danger of relegation from Super League on the last day of the regular season while the jostling for play-off spots goes right to the wire.
Here, we take a look at what is at stake in the round-29 fixtures which will provide one of the most enthralling climaxes to a season in Super League history.
WAKEFIELD v LONDON BRONCOS
Defeat for the Broncos would mean their return to the top flight is short-lived but a third win of the season over Trinity would enable Danny Ward’s men to complete the great escape.
If Wakefield are defeated, they will need either Hull KR or Huddersfield to also lose so they can stay up on points difference.
SALFORD v HULL KR
Salford need a win to keep alive their hopes of a top-three finish while Hull KR can ensure their survival with victory.
Defeat for Tony Smith’s men would leave them hoping London lose at Wakefield or Huddersfield suffer a heavy defeat by Catalans Dragons.
HUDDERSFIELD v CATALANS DRAGONS
Huddersfield will stay up if they win but a defeat would leave them sweating on the results elsewhere and they will go down if both London and Hull KR are victorious.
The Catalans - who are guaranteed to finish seventh - and table-toppers St Helens are the only teams without anything to play for on the final day.