Sky Sports to show all eight matches from NRL’s return round

Sky Sports will broadcast all eight games from the NRL’s return round live.

The NRL has released the mouth-watering match-ups for rounds three and four of the competition, which gets back underway on May 28.

Sky have also confirmed they will show all eight matches in round four the following week.

NRL round three fixtures

Thursday, May 28

Broncos v Eels (10:50am)

Friday, May 29

Cowboys v Titans (9am), Roosters v Rabbitohs (10:55am)

Saturday, May 30

Warriors v Dragons (6am), Sharks v Tigers (8:30am), Storm v Raiders (10:35am)

Sunday, May 31

Panthers v Knights (7:05am), Sea Eagles v Bulldogs (09:30am)

NRL round four fixtures

Thursday, June 4

Broncos v Roosters (10:50am)

Friday, June 5

Panthers v Warriors (9am)

Storm v Rabbitohs (10:55am)

Saturday, June 6

Eels v Sea Eagles (8:30am)

Cowboys v Sharks (10:35am)

Sunday, June 7

Raiders v Knights (7:05am)

Titans v Tigers (9:30am)

Monday, June 8

Bulldogs v Dragons (7:05am)

NRL acting chief executive Andrew Abdo said: “After a period of uncertainty and unprecedented co-operation by a wide range of stakeholders, we are proud and excited to announce rounds three and four of the Telstra NRL Premiership.

“These rounds provide our fans and partners with on-field rivalry and blockbuster entertainment.

“Combined with the proposed rule changes, the 2020 season will be faster and more unpredictable than ever before.”

The NRL’s full season schedule will be released next week.

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  1. Well let’s face it they haven’t got soccer, YET, but the NRL will be dropped like a hot potato when they have.

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