The 12 Super League clubs have announced their first home games of the season, meaning we know who will face each other in the first two rounds.
The competition is due to get underway on Thursday 10th February when defending champions St Helens take on Grand Final runners-up Catalans at the Totally Wicked Stadium. It will be the first time the two sides have met since Saints’ 12-10 win at Old Trafford back in October.
24 hours later, Castleford welcome Salford, and Hull KR welcome Wigan on the Friday night.
History is then made on Saturday 12th February, as Leeds welcome Warrington to Headingley in the first match to be broadcast as part of the free-to-air deal on Channel 4.
Also on the Saturday, Toulouse make their Super League bow at home to Ian Watson’s Huddersfield before Wakefield complete the round at home to Hull FC on the Sunday.
Round Two gets underway with Daryl Powell welcoming his old side Castleford to Warrington on Thursday 17th February.
The next day sees a a potentially mouth-watering clash between Wigan and Leeds at the DW Stadium.
The Saturday will see three games, including Hull welcoming St Helens live on Channel 4. Also that day, Huddersfield welcome Hull KR and Catalans host Wakefield.
Finally, Salford welcome Toulouse on the Sunday 20th February.
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Every Super League club’s first home match
Castleford- Salford (11th February)
Catalans- Wakefield (19th February)
Huddersfield- Hull KR (19th February)
Hull FC- St Helens (19th February)
Hull KR- Wigan (11th February)
Leeds- Warrington (12th February)
Salford- Toulouse (20th February)
St Helens- Catalans (10th February)
Toulouse- Huddersfield (12th February)
Wakefield- Hull FC (13th February)
Warrington- Castleford (17th February)
Wigan- Leeds (18th February)
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