VIKINGS head coach Steve McCormack says Widnes’ play-off prospects are still in their own hands with three games of the season left.
Vikings entertain Featherstone Rovers this Sunday before completing their league programme with matches at Sheffield Eagles and Whitehaven.
All three opponents are around the seventh-placed Vikings in the table.
McCormack hopes to celebrate the signing of his new contract by securing three points against Featherstone as these could be enough to push the Vikings into the play-off places.
“We’ve got three games left and they’re all very important. It’s still in our own hands and if we get into the top six, we can shake a few teams up.”
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