WIDNES Vikings still have their Super League destiny in their own hands despite last week’s defeat at Hull KR.

But they must bounce back with a home win against a tricky London side on Saturday in the penultimate round of fixtures to stay in control.

The previous day’s clash between Hull KR, who have already secured promotion, and Catalan will determine whether Vikings’ season will go down to the wire.

If the French side get a result in east Yorkshire then Vikings will have to win against London and avoid defeat in Perpignan the week after in order to finish third.

The peril of the million pound game awaits two of Vikings, Catalans and Leigh – although London still have an outside chance of sneaking fifth spot.

And that makes the Broncos dangerous when they visit on Saturday.

Vikings boss Denis Betts said: “ We lacked a bit of composure and cutting edge at Hull KR but we have to dust ourselves off and recognise it is still in our hands.

“We would like it to be on on Saturday and then cruise into the last week, but that is not going to be the case.

“We have to make sure we put in a top performance on Saturday at home, and then the last game against Catalans is a pre-Million Pound game.”

London have won one, drawn one and pushed Warrington close in the qualifiers – and have proven to be no soft touches.

“London still believe they can get to the million pound game. Two wins puts them in that position.

“They have nothing to lose. They have players who are quick with Super League experience – Elliot Kear and Kieron Dixon – and they are playing in a fearless manner.

“We have to shake off our anxiety and recognise that there is not a player in that London team that would make our side and be confident that can win this game well.”

On the injury front Corey Thompson is going through the protocol after concussion and Chris Dean pulled a hamstring and is unlikely to play for the rest of the year.