RL on TV: Every rugby league game you can watch LIVE this week

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Wigan hooker Sam Powell is interviewed by Sky Sports | Photo: Allan McKenzie/SWpix

There is plenty of rugby league to watch on the TV this weekend, including Super League’s Magic Weekend and Newcastle Thunder’s Magic Friday.

The first game on the box this week comes in the NRL on Thursday. Cronulla Sharks take on Melbourne Storm live on Sky Sports.

Ambitious Championship club Newcastle Thunder kick-off the Magic Weekend in the north east by welcoming Bradford to Kingston Park on Friday night. The Magic Friday clash will be shown live on Premier Sports.

There is one League 1 game you can watch LIVE this week, with Cornwall hosting Doncaster on Our League.

Sky Sports will show all six Super League matches at Magic Weekend over Saturday and Sunday. Super League champions take on Challenge Cup holders Wigan on Saturday afternoon, followed by a West Yorkshire derby between Leeds and Castleford.

And then on Sunday, the 2022 Magic Weekend will be wrapped up by the Hull derby which kicks off at 5:30pm.

RL on TV this week:



Cronulla Sharks v Melbourne Storm | 10:55am | Sky Sports Arena or Watch NRL



Newcastle Thunder v Bradford | 7:45pm | Premier Sports 1



Wests Tigers v Parramatta Eels | 10:35am | Sky Sports Arena or Watch NRL

League 1

Cornwall v Doncaster | 1pm | Our League

Super League

Wakefield v Toulouse | 2:30pm | Sky Sports Arena & Mix

St Helens v Wigan | 4:45pm | Sky Sports Mix

Leeds v Castleford | 7pm | Sky Sports Main Event & Mix



Brisbane Broncos v St George Illawarra Dragons | 7:05am | Sky Sports Main Event & Arena or Watch NRL

Super League

Huddersfield v Salford | 1pm | Sky Sports Action

Catalans v Warrington | 3:15pm | Sky Sports Action

Hull KR v Hull FC | 5:30pm | Sky Sports Action & Main Event

Thanks to rugbyleagueontv.com

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