TV coverage confirmed for Round 24 of Super League

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Castleford coach Lee Radford speaks to Sky Sports reporter Jenna Brooks

Sky Sports have will show two Super League games in Round 24, starting with a Thursday night clash between Huddersfield and Castleford.

Huddersfield welcome Castleford to the John Smith’s Stadium on Thursday, August 18 (8pm). Sky Sports will show the game live.

And the Sky Sports cameras will travel over to East Yorkshire on the Friday night to broadcast Wakefield’s visit to Hull (8pm).

Super League Round 24 schedule:

Thursday, August 18

Huddersfield v Castleford – 8pm – Sky Sports

Friday, August 19

Hull FC v Wakefield – 8pm – Sky Sports

Leeds v Warrington – 8pm

St Helens v Hull KR – 8pm

Wigan v Toulouse – 8pm

Saturday, August 20 

Catalans Dragons v Salford – 6pm (UK)

Rugby league on TV

This week, Hull KR’s visit of Toulouse will be shown on Sky Sports Action on Thursday (8pm). It is a huge game for Toulouse, who fell back to the bottom of the Super League table following their defeat to Hull last Friday.

On Friday night, Sky Sports Action will cover the derby clash between Wigan and Warrington (8pm). The Warriors sit second in the Super League table and head into the game on the back of a strong win over Hull KR. Warrington, meanwhile, are seeking their first win in four games.

The Channel 4 cameras will be at the Totally Wicked Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Champions St Helens will aim to return to winning ways when they take on Castleford, who are also looking to bounce back from their derby defeat to Wakefield.

Injuries in the Saints camp have saw them recall young forward Sam Royle from his loan at Hull KR. They lost winger Regan Grace and forward Curtis Sironen to injury in Sunday’s loss at Salford.

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