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Every rugby league match you can watch live on TV this week

After the brilliant return of fans over the last two games, the attention has begun turning back to the stories on the field as the league table starts to truly take shape in both the Betfred Super League and the NRL.

But what will this week mean in the story of this season and which games will you be able to watch as the season hots up?

Here’s every live game you can watch this week.


19:00 Sky Sports Arena, Sky Sports Mix – Salford Red Devils v Warrington Wolves

After the heartache of losing in the last minute to a Jackson Hasting’s drop goal, the Red Devils will have to dust themselves down and prepare themselves for another Lancashire derby against a Wire side who have blown hot and cold this season. After a disappointing display against Huddersfield, Warrington blew Castleford off the park on Saturday. Salford will have to be very good to contain the Wolves.


9:00 Sky Sports Arena, Sky Sports Main Event – North Queensland Cowboys v New Zealand Warriors

Two teams well in the hunt for the top eight do battle on Friday morning as they both look to cement their play-off hopes with a vital two points. It has been an up and down campaign for both sides. Capable of quality on their day, they need consistency if they want to make the play-offs this season.

19:30 Sky Sports Arena – St Helens v Hull FC

In one of the games of the weekend, Champions St Helens host one of their potential challengers Hull FC in a dress rehearsal of their Challenge Cup semi-final. Despite just losing once so far this season, Saints have had their critics and come into the game on the back of their first defeat since October. The Black and Whites will arrive at St Helens having produced a gutsy win at Leeds and will look to test the Champions in what should be a classic encounter.


8:30 Sky Sports Arena, Sky Sports Main Event – South Sydney Rabbitohs v Paramatta Eels

Just a few weeks ago, the Eels and the Bunnies looked like the two biggest threats to Penrith at the top but recent performances have left them lagging behind. A defeat to Manly last week saw Paramatta drop out of the top two whilst Souths have now conceded 50 twice this season after being thumped by the Panthers last week. Who will get their season back on track this weekend?

10:30 Sky Sports Arena, Sky Sports Main Event – Sydney Roosters v Canberra Raiders

In a repeat of the 2019 Grand Final, Sydney do battle with Canberra on Saturday. Neither side are having a terrible season but both appear to be struggling by their standards. Injuries have left Sydney fifth whilst Canberra are still in the mix when it comes to chasing the eight but at present remain on the outside of the play-off spots. This is a huge game in the context of their season.

16:55 Sky Sports Arena – Catalans Dragons v Wigan Warriors

Last week, Catalans became the first team to beat Champions St Helens this year. That result left them two points off the Super League summit and joint second. This week they have a chance to end the weekend joint top if they can become the first team to beat Wigan in the league. The Warriors however continually find a way to win games but this is their biggest test yet.

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