Wolves to face Rovers in fourth round

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Warrington Wolves will have their chance to gain Carnegie Challenge Cup revenge on Hull Kingston Rovers after the two sides were pitted against each other in the fourth round draw.

Last year Hull Kingston Rovers – then in National League One – knocked the Wolves out in a shock quarter final tie at New Craven Park, and the Wolves will be hoping to put that result well and truly behind them.

Widnes Vikings will welcome Wigan Warriors to the Halton Stadium in an interesting tie that will see several former Warriors take on their old club, and a competitive encounter is assured.

Castleford Tigers will travel to Grattan Stadium to face off with Bradford Bulls in another game that will see a top National League One side take on Super League opponents.

The big Super League teams avoided each other in the draw: in addition to Wigan and Bradford, champions St Helens will face Batley Bulldogs, Leeds Rhinos will take on Workington Town  and Hull FC will travel to Hunslet Hawks.

Full draw:

Pia v Harlequins
Keighley Cougars v Oldham
Catalans Dragons v Featherstone Rovers
Bradford Bulls v Castleford Tigers
Dewsbury Rams v Sheffield Eagles
Whitehaven v Halifax
Widnes Vikings v Wigan Warriors
Swinton Lions v Barrow Raiders
Leeds Rhinos v Workington Town
London Skolars v Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
St Helens v Batley Bulldogs
Rochdale Hornets v Celtic Crusaders
Huddersfield Giants v York City Knights
Warrington Wolves v Hull Kingston Rovers
Gateshead Thunder v Salford City Reds
Hunslet Hawks v Hull FC

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