Broadcast selections have been confirmed for Super League Rounds 21 and 22, including Channel 4’s pick.
Round 21 will kick-off on Thursday 28 July when Wigan Warriors host Hull KR live on Sky Sports from 8:00pm.
Attentions then turns to the Mend-A-Hose Jungle on Friday 29 July when Sky Sports broadcast a local rivalry as Castleford Tigers face Wakefield Trinity.
The following week, in Round 22, will see Warrington Wolves travel to the DW Stadium to face Wigan Warriors (Friday 5 August, 8pm KO).
Super League returns to free-to-air broadcasting during Round 22 on Sunday August 7. Channel 4 visits Totally Wicked Stadium for the first time. St Helens host Castleford Tigers with a 1:00pm kick-off.
This weekend in Super League, a top-end clash takes place Friday night live on Sky Sports as St Helens face Huddersfield.
Daryl Powell returns to his former club as his Warrington side take on Castleford on Saturday live on Sky Sports. The game kicks off at 3:00pm.
In League 1, Cornwall’s trip to unbeaten Keighley on Sunday will be broadcast live on Our League with a 1:00pm kick-off.
Super League – Round 21
Thursday 28 July
Wigan Warriors v Hull KR, 8pm (Sky Sports)
Friday 29 July
Toulouse v Hull FC, 8pm local / 7pm UK
Castleford Tigers v Wakefield Trinity, 8pm (Sky Sports)
Saturday 30 July
Huddersfield Giants v Warrington Wolves, 3pm
Catalans Dragons v Leeds Rhinos, 7pm local / 6pm UK
Sunday 31 July
Salford Red Devils v St Helens, 3pm
Super League – Round 22
Friday 5 August
Huddersfield Giants v Hull FC, 7:45pm
Wigan Warriors v Warrington Wolves, 8pm (Sky Sports)
Sunday 7 August
St Helens v Castleford Tigers, 1pm (Channel 4)
Hull KR v Toulouse, 3pm
Leeds Rhinos v Salford Red Devils, 3pm
Wakefield Trinity v Catalans Dragons, 3pm
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