The Super League clash between the current top two has moved to a new kick-off time.
In a statement from the Catalans Dragons they said of their Easter clash with Warrington Wolves:
“At the request of the Super League, the kick off time for our game against Warrington at the Stade Gilbert Brutus on Saturday 8th April has been moved to 6 pm CET.
“The game was originally due to be played at 5 pm.
“Game live on Sky Sports, l’Equipe Live and TV3.”
This means that it will kick off at 5pm UK time and will be covered live on Sky Sports as the current top two battle.
The Dragons’ unbeaten start to the season ended last week as they lost to Leeds Rhinos 32-22 despite leading 22-8 at the break.
In a boost for them star Sam Tomkins is back in the mix.
Meanwhile, Warrington Wolves are the only unbeaten side left in Super League having beaten Castleford Tigers last week.
The Wolves take on Hull FC on Saturday on Channel 4 whilst Catalans host the Tigers in France later that day.
Both sides are looking like genuine title contenders after six rounds but this clash over Easter could be a real test of their quality and title credentials.
Their current league standing also means that this fixture will fit right alongside the other huge games over Easter such as the Wigan Warriors-St Helens derby and of course the Hull derby.