IT’S wait and see time now for the super Saints after we booked our place in the Betfred Super League Grand Final with an emphatic win over Wigan.

Now the lads can sit back and await the outcome of the Warriors’ clash with the in-form Salford Red Devils at the DW Stadium on Friday.

I think this last performance proved that complacency can be our only enemy, because the fact is if Justin Holbrook’s team go out and perform I don’t think anybody can live with them.

That performance set down a marker that St Helens, having missed out on Challenge Cup glory aren’t in any mood to let the Grand Final trophy slip away.

After winning the regular season by an enormous 16 points, they are desperate to triumph in the big one at Old Trafford on October 12.

The 40-10 demolition of neighbours Wigan, led by the outstanding Luke Thompson quite literally had Holbrook purring. The gaffer, in his very last home game at the TWS, was rightly given a rousing send off by the Saints faithful with just one very big game to go.

I believe all the pressure last Friday was on the home side, and after that display we’ll walk out at the Theatre of Dreams fearing nobody.

Super League title sponsors Betfred obviously see it the same with Saints 1/3 favourites to win the Grand Final outright, with Wigan a 7/2 shot - and Salford the outsiders at 7/1.

So who do we fancy in the final? To be honest, I don’t care. This is purely a case of put your own house in order and all will be fine.

Friday’s semi-final showdown is certainly an interesting affair though...and I’m far from decided who will win.

Salford are the form team and will truly believe they can make history and reach their first ever Grand Final after an amazing season.

However, as we’ve seen on numerous occasions Wigan know how to handle the big stage when it matters. They have far more big-game experience than Salford and will be desperate to have another crack at their arch-rivals. I think that just may happen.

I’m sure the powers that be at Super League would love to see a Saints-Wigan final, but what a story it would be if Ian Watson’s team could pull off another huge win, their 11th in a row and join the Saints for the big dance!

As well as the two massive games left of the Super League season, there are two other huge games to be decided in the Betfred Championship and League 1.

The big-spending Toronto Wolfpack will be desperate to finally take their place in the Betfred Super League in 2020, as they face Featherstone Rovers in the £1million game.

After disappointment in this fixture last year going down to the London Broncos, I believe this is now their time.

Finally, it’s great to see my hometown club Oldham in the League 1 finale against the Newcastle Thunder. Roughyeds for glory!