Super League: Sky Sports confirm televised games for Rounds 15 & 16

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Sky Sports have confirmed their broadcast selections for Rounds 15 and 16 of Super League in June – including a double-header between St Helens and Leeds.

Live on Sky Sports in Round 15 will be Salford v Wigan on Friday, June 10 (8pm). On the following day, the broadcaster will be live from Perpignan to cover Catalans Dragons’ home clash against Hull.

Round 16 will see four live games on Sky Sports across the weekend. The round kicks-off on Thursday, June 23 with a women’s and men’s double-header between St Helens and Leeds. Both games will be live on Sky Sports, with the women’s getting underway at 5:30pm followed by the men’s game at 8pm.

Thursday’s double-header will be followed by two more live games. Warrington take on Hull on the Friday (8pm), with Huddersfield travelling to Hull KR on Sunday afternoon (3:15pm).

Sky Sports TV games for Rounds 15 & 16 in Super League:

Round 15

Friday, June 10

Salford Red Devils v Wigan Warriors – 8pm

Saturday, June 11

Catalans Dragons v Hull FC – 5pm UK

Round 16

Thursday, June 23

St Helens v Leeds Rhinos – 8pm

Friday, June 24

Warrington Wolves v Hull FC – 8pm

Sunday, June 26

Hull KR v Huddersfield Giants – 3:15pm

On Sky Sports this week, Huddersfield welcome Wigan to the John Smith’s Stadium on Thursday night (8pm) in a dress rehearsal of the Challenge Cup final. The final takes place at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on May 28.

On Friday night, Hull face a tough trip to champions St Helens in another game that will be live on Sky (8pm).

The third game live on Sky this weekend is Catalans v Warrington (5pm UK time). Both teams will be fresh for Saturday’s game after having a week off due to them not being in the Challenge Cup semi-finals.

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