All 5 Rugby League games on TV this week, including Super League play-offs and NRL and NRLW Grand Final’s

This week sees five games on live TV, as we reach the conclusion of the global Rugby League season.

In the UK, both the Super League and the Championship play-off’s get underway, and down under we will crown both the men’s and women’s champions as both competitions have reached the showpiece Grand Final event.

Here is how you can catch all the action:

Friday 29th September

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

On Friday night, the first Super League play-off match gets underway as Hull KR welcome the Leigh Leopards to Craven Park. The teams have already faced each other four times this season, and none of those meetings have failed to disappoint so this promises to be an absolute belter in East Yorkshire.

Saturday 30th September

St Helens vs Warrington Wolves- 12:45pm Sky Sports Arena and Channel 4

Saturday afternoon sees the second play-off match of the season kick-off as St Helens face Warrington Wolves. This game will have all the extra edge that a derby match has, with the small matter of a place in the Super League semi-finals up for grabs. The teams have already faced each other three times this season, with St Helens edging them all; but can Warrington get one over their rivals this weekend?

Sunday 1st October

Newcastle Knights vs Gold Coast Titans NRLW- 5:55am Sky Sports Main Event

 Penrith Panthers vs Brisbane Broncos- 9:30am Sky Sports Arena

Bradford Bulls vs York Knights- 6:30pm Viaplay Sports 1

Sunday morning sees us travel down under for two Grand Finals. First up, the NRLW’s showpiece event gets underway as the Knights and the Titans square up to be crowned NRLW champions. After this, the men’s comp takes centre stage as the Panthers look to win their third Premiership in a row, but standing in their way are the red-hot Broncos in what should be an absolute thriller. Rounding off the weekend we visit the Odsal as Bradford face York in the Championship play-offs. Both teams have hit form at the right time to make it to the play-offs, but who will move onto the semi-finals? Tune in on Sunday evening to find out.

All info cited from Rugby League on TV