Warrington Wolves’ recent resurgence continued with a 22-6 win at the struggling Salford Red Devils.
They won after tries from Toby King, Josh Charnley, Tyrone Roberts and Kevin Brown at the AJ Bell Stadium.
Robert Lui responded for Salford, who lose for the first time in three home games.
The Red Devils still lie just outside the top eight and will be hoping to get back to winning ways soon. They travel to Huddersfield Giants next Sunday.
As for Warrington, they continue to gain momentum after a turbulent start. They host Hull KR on Saturday.
Elsewhere, Wigan Warriors completed a stunning comeback to beat Catalans Dragons in the south of France.
Second half tries from Dan Sarginson, Oliver Gildart, Joe Burgess, Liam Farrell, Sam Tomkins, who also added four goals, and Tony Clubb won the game for the Warriors.
The Dragons led 23-0 in the second half after efforts from Benjamin Jullien, David Mead and Benjamin Garcia as well as two penalties and a drop goal from Tony Gigot, but they remain rooted to the bottom of the Super League.
Catalans could have considered themselves unlucky not to have gotten something out of the game. They will hope for a similar performance when they travel to Castleford Tigers next Sunday.
And in the days final game, Hull KR inflicted another defeat on the injury stricken Widnes Vikings.
Two tries for Justin Carney and further tries from Andrew Heffernan, Danny Tickle and James Greenwood won the game for the Rovers.
The Vikings responded thanks to tries from Ryan Ince and Joe Mellor, but they slip closer to the bottom four of the Super League.
Hull KR will be hoping this win can give them some much needed momentum as we reach a critical period in the season. They travel to in form Warrington Wolves next Saturday.
As for Widnes, they continue to struggle as their injury list mounts up. They host Hull FC next Thursday