Wigan Warriors and Huddersfield Giants both recorded victories to put them within touching distance of a play-off spot.
Wigan fell behind inside the opening quarter against Warrington in front of the Sky cameras. Ben Currie put Warrington into a 6-0 lead after 20 minutes.
However, Wigan proved too strong scoring 32 unanswered points.
Sam Halsall crossed before the break, however the Warriors trailed 6-4 at the break.
Jake Bibby and Liam Marshall touched down inside the opening quarter put Wigan into a 16-6 advantage.
Marshall completed his hat-trick, meanwhile Jai Field capped off the 32-6 win for WIgan.
In the other fixture, Huddersfield came from behind.
Jack Walker and Connor Wynnne scored in to put the Black and Whites into a 10-0 lead at the break.
Tui Lolhea hit back for the Giants after the interval, however loanee Ellis Longstaff continued his fine try scoring form to put Hull into a 16-6 lead.
But the Giants fought well to score 16 unanswered points due to a Theo Fages try and a double from Danny Levi