All 10 Rugby League games on TV this week, including top of the table clash

We saw some great Rugby League action on our screens last week, and this week will be no different as there are 10 games booked in for us to watch. In the UK, we will see two massive Super League games play out, and down under the NRL and NRLW competitions will provide plenty of thrilling entertainment too.

Here is how to catch all the action:

Friday 25th August

The Dolphins vs North Queensland Cowboys-11:00am Sky Sports Arena

Hull KR vs Leigh Leopards-8:00pm Sky Sports Action

We kick off the Rugby League weekend in Australia, as the Dolphins take on the Cowboys. A win for the Cowboys would put them leapfrog the Rabbitohs and enter the top eight; however the Dolphins could kickstart a late charge if they get a result on Friday. This game will wet the appetite perfectly for the evening’s Super League action, as Hull KR get their shot at revenge against the Leopards following their Golden Point heartbreak at Wembley. A win for the Robins would give them more breathing room from the chasing pack in the race for playoffs; but a result for the Leopards would see them pull level on points with Wigan and St Helens in the fight for a home semi-final. It promises to be a belter at Craven Park.

Saturday 26th August

Parramatta Eels vs North Queensland Cowboys NRLW-2:05am Sky Sports Arena

St George Illawarra Dragons vs Gold Coast Titans NRLW-3:50am Sky Sports Arena

Sydney Roosters vs Wests Tigers NRLW-6:10am Sky Sports Arena

Canberra Raiders vs Brisbane Broncos-10:35am Sky Sports Arena

Catalans Dragons vs Wigan Warriors-6:00pm Sky Sports Arena

Saturday sees a whole host of Rugby League action, with five games for us to tuck into. The focus will be firmly on the NRLW in the early hours, with three games playing out. Then, the Raiders take on the Broncos in the men’s competition. The Raiders could move up to fourth with a win, however the Broncos could leapfrog the Panthers in first place. Our attention in the northern hemisphere will be firmly on the South of France though, as table toppers Catalans face second placed Wigan. A win for the Cherry and Whites will close the gap between them to just two points, but a win for the French side could push them one step closer to the League Leaders Shield, as they would grow the gap to six points with just four games to go.

Sunday 27th August 

Brisbane Broncos v Canberra Raiders NRLW-3:00am Sky Sports Action 

Newcastle Knights v Cronulla Sharks NRLW-4:50am Sky Sports Action 

Newcastle Knights v Cronulla Sharks-7:05am Sky Sports Arena 

​The weekend is rounded off back in Australia, with three games to choose from on Sunday morning. We start in the NRLW, as the Broncos face the Raiders in a repeat of the men’s game. The Broncos have made a slow start to the season, but a win against the Raiders could kickstart their campaign. Following this, a Newcastle vs Cronulla double header rounds off the weekend. The Knights women currently sit in second, five places above their opponents; but again this could be a good chance for the Sharks to ignite their season. The men’s game between the Knights and the Sharks has massive implications on the race for the finals. The Sharks sit in fifth, whilst the Knights sit two places below in seventh; however they are only separated by one point ahead of this weekends game. A win for either side could prove crucial during the run in as they look to pull away from the chasing pack below them. 

**All NRL games are available on the streaming service Watch NRL**

All info cited from Rugby League on TV