Saturday’s fixture between Hull FC and Salford will become the first ever pay-per-view streamed Super League game on the Our League platform.
Match coverage will start at 2.45pm, ahead of kick-off at 3pm at the MKM Stadium in Hull – and the match will have a video referee.
It is the final game of the round, with Wigan kicking off the action against Catalans on Thursday, live on Sky Sports.
Huddersfield’s home clash with Castleford continues Sky Sports’ coverage on Friday, with four more games that night.
Hull FC host Salford at the MKM Stadium on Saturday, with Tony Smith’s squad picking up two wins from three so far this season.
Meanwhile, Paul Rowley’s Red Devils’ only win of the season so far came in the opening round against Leigh. They have since lost to Hull KR and Warrington respectively.
More weekend coverage
The details for the 16 third round ties in this season’s Challenge Cup have been confirmed, with two selected for live coverage.
BBC Sport will show Thatto Heath Crusaders against North Wales Crusaders on Sunday March 12, as the St Helens community club look to repeat their success in 2019.
They defeated North Wales 16-14 in the fourth round, which was the longest cup run enjoyed by a community club in recent years.
The tie will be shown on the BBC Sport website, BBC iPlayer and BBC Red Button, with kick-off at 12.30pm.
The mouth-watering clash between Championship heavyweights Featherstone and Halifax will also be streamed live by The Sportsman.
The game at Post Office Road takes place on Sunday March 12, kick-off 3pm.