Broadcast selections confirmed for penultimate round of Super League

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Sky Sports have confirmed their broadcast selections for Super League Round 26. 

The round kicks off on Sunday, 28 August, going into the Bank Holiday Monday.

Castleford Tigers’ home clash against Salford Red Devils has been selected for broadcast on the Monday, August 29. It has a 3:30pm kick-off.

Sky Sports will then broadcast the tie between Catalans Dragons and Leeds Rhinos in Perpignan with a 6:00pm kick-off (UK time).

Hull FC kick-off the round on the Sunday with a home clash against Toulouse, who will be desperate to pick up as many wins as possible for their fight for survival.

Elsewhere, Huddersfield host Warrington, Hull KR face Wigan and St Helens play Wakefield all on the Monday.

Super League Round 26

Sunday 28 August

Hull FC v Toulouse Olympique, 3pm

Monday 29 August

Huddersfield Giants v Warrington Wolves, 3pm

Hull KR v Wigan Warriors, 3pm

St Helens v Wakefield Trinity, 3pm

Castleford Tigers v Salford Red Devils, 3.30pm (Sky Sports)

Catalans Dragons v Leeds Rhinos 7pm local / 6pm UK (BeIN sports & Sky Sports)

Three games to be broadcast during Round 25

Sky Sports will broadcast three ties from Round 25 later this month. The round will kick-off on Wednesday, August 24, when  Leeds host Huddersfield. That game has been selected for broadcast.

The French derby between Toulouse and Catalans takes place on the Thursday, August 25, and has been selected by Sky Sports. The clash at Stade Ernest-Wallon kicks-off at 7:30pm UK time.

Finally, the only game of the Friday – August 26 – has also been selected as rivals Wigan Warriors and St Helens go head-to-head at the DW Stadium with a 8:00pm kick-off.

This week, Castleford’s trip to Huddersfield has been selected for broadcast this Thursday. That will be followed by Hull FC against Wakefield at the MKM Stadium on Friday.

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About Josh McAllister 1909 Articles
Journalist. Joined the Love Rugby League team full time at the start of 2022 having been a freelance reporter for several years. Previously media manager for Swinton and Rochdale.

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