Super League Round 20 broadcast selections confirmed

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Sky Sports have confirmed their broadcast selections for Super League Round 20.

Thursday, July 21, will be a double-header with both Super League men’s and women’s action live on Sky Sports as Wigan Warriors take on Leeds Rhinos at Headingley Stadium. First up will be the women’s clash (5:30pm KO) before the men’s teams take to the field (8pm KO).

The Friday night will see a return to Hull for Lee Radford as his Castleford side travel to the MKM Stadium.

In a change to Channel 4’s original scheduled weekend, the next live free-to-air Super League game will be on August 7. It means Channel 4 will broadcast two games in August.

Super League Round 19 broadcast confirmed

Thursday 21 July

Leeds Rhinos Women v Wigan Warriors Women, 5:30pm (Sky Sports)

Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors, 8pm (Sky Sports)

Friday 22 July

Hull FC v Castleford Tigers, 8pm (Sky Sports)

Warrington Wolves v Hull KR, 8pm

Saturday 23 July 

Catalans Dragons v Huddersfield Giants, 7pm local / 6pm UK

Toulouse Olympique v Salford Red Devils, 8pm local/ 7pm UK

Sunday 24 July

Wakefield Trinity v St Helens, 3pm

Round 19 selections confirmed

Sky Sports recently confirmed their Super League Round 19 broadcast selections.

The round of fixtures follows Newcastle’s Magic Weekend, with all games set to be broadcast on Sky Sports across the weekend of July 9-10.

St Helens take on Huddersfield Giants the following Friday, which has been selected for broadcast (July 15).

Meanwhile, Daryl Powell’s Warrington will now travel to the Mend-A-Hose Jungle on Saturday, July 16, with their clash against Castleford set to be broadcast with a 3:00pm kick-off.

Elsewhere in Round 19, Wigan host Hull on the Friday and Leeds travel to Toulouse on Saturday July 16. Hull KR face Wakefield Trinity and Salford Red Devils will play Catalans Dragons on the Sunday (July 17).

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