Warrington have been drawn to face fellow Super League side Hull FC in the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup.
The game is a meeting of the 2016 final, when the black-and-whites claimed a narrow 12-10 win. FC went on to claim back-to-back Cup final wins, but failed to make it to Wembley last season.
The two sides have already met twice this season, with Warrington picking up a 63-12 win at the KCOM Stadium back in March, while Lee Radford’s side avenged their loss with a 19-12 win at the Halliwell Stadium two weeks ago.
The two games form part of a triple header at Bolton’s University of Bolton Stadium, taking place alongside the Women’s Challenge Cup final.
Warrington Wolves v Hull FC
Halifax RLFC v St Helens
Ties to be played on Saturday 27 July.