Here's where Leeds Rhinos, Hull KR, St Helens and others expected to finish on Super League table

Four rounds into Super League, the table is beginning to take shape.

Half of the competition’s 12 teams, including Leeds Rhinos, are locked together on six points going into round five, but defending champions Wigan Warriors – who have a game in hand – are the only side with a 100 per cent winning record.

At the bottom, Leigh Leopards, another team who’ve only played three times, are yet to get off the mark and Castleford Tigers and London Broncos are also without a win.

Four of the early pace-setters clash this weekend, with Wigan visiting Salford Red Devils on Thursday and Rhinos playing host to St Helens 24 hours later. Here’s how the table could look at the end of the year.