NEIL Jukes has added his voice to a growing clamour for uniformity in kick-off times for the final round of Super 8s and Middle 8s fixtures.

Leigh already know they will be appearing in the 2017 Million Pound game before tomorrow’s trip to London Broncos.

But there’s scope for a home fixture depending on the outcome of Saturday’s clash in Perpignan between Catalans Dragons (fourth) and third placed Widnes Vikings.

A Leigh win in Ealing coupled with a Widnes win or draw will earn Centurions home advantage due to a superior points difference over the Dragons.

A Catalans victory will guarantee the French side Super League status next term.

Then it comes down to points difference between Widnes (+90) and Leigh (+62) to determine where the Million Pounds game will be hosted.

“Other sports can learn off rugby league but we can certainly learn off other sports,” said Jukes.

“You look at the Premier League and their last games kick off on the same day, at the same time.

“So, this round of matches should all kick-off at the same time when there are such important things to be decided.”

Broncos’ defeat at Widnes last Saturday ensured Andrew Henderson’s side can’t extend their season.

However, Jukes expects a response from the Londoners to their 38-16 defeat.

“I don’t think they put up the performance they have shown over the 8s competition,” he said.

“I am sure they will react to that and want to finish the season off on a high. We are expecting to face them at their best.

“It’s a fast track down there and the wind can be tricky.

“It can be challenging but it’s a game we are looking forward to.”

Centre Samisoni Langi (ankle) and second row Cory Paterson (bicep) are the key injury concerns.

“Neither is as bad as first feared, especially Cory” said Jukes.

“We will monitor him and if he doesn’t make London, he will be okay for the last game.

“I thought the worst with Sami but the scans have come back pretty decent. So, he might be able to play some part in the coming weeks.”

Leigh’s top flight status may rest with their ability to emulate the achievements of former Million Pound game winners, Bradford and Salford.

But Jukes wants his team to go into the nerve-wracking fixture in the best possible form.

“We all know we are in the Million Pound game now,” he added.

“We have told the players they gave got to get their head around it and it’s important we go into the game with some decent form.

“And we have got something to play for in London because we are still looking to get that home Million Pound game.”

Atelea Vea has been named the LCTV Player of the Year.

The Tongan powerhouse capped his debut season at LSV by lifting the Tommy Sale MBE Memorial Trophy chosen by LCTV’s production team of Matty Atkin, Joe Wood and Phil Todoric.

Tommy Sale’s son Ronnie and daughter Jean were guests of the directors of Leigh Centurions at last Friday’s home game against Halifax and made the presentation to ‘Tils’ in the Banqueting Suite.

Ben Crooks and Harrison Hansen were the other nominees for the prestigious award.