Wakefield to face Leeds twice in four days

15 February 2020, Emerald Headingley Stadium, Leeds, UK, Rugby League, Betfred Super League, Leeds Rhinos vs Hull KR : Harry Newman of Leeds Rhinos celebrates scoring his first try.

Wakefield’s postponed home game against Leeds has been re-arranged for Sunday November 1 (3pm).

Originally scheduled for September 3rd at Headingley, the game was postponed due to COVID-19 protocols, but has now been slotted in to a space later on in the campaign.

It means they will face each other twice in four days, as they are already scheduled to play on Thursday October 29 for a Leeds home game.

Four days after their second meeting on November 1, Leeds travel to Castleford while Wakefield host Salford.

Super League hopes to welcome back fans for pilot events on September 30, limited to 1,000 capacity, having played every game behind closed doors since its restart on August 2 – with the exception of Catalans’ recent home game against Wigan in France.

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