This weekend we will see Leeds Rhinos battle Warrington Wolves to conclude the action after four games on Friday with Wigan Warriors taking on Hull FC, St Helens meeting Hull KR, Huddersfield Giants and Salford Red Devils as well as a big relegation battle between Castleford Tigers and Wakefield Trinity.
This game is set to be shown on Sky Sports unsurprisingly given the stakes of the game as it could determine who is relegated.
There is another Sky game this weekend as the Challenge Cup winners Leigh Leopards take on Catalans Dragons in a top of the table clash.
But they aren’t the only games to be broadcast live this weekend with Leeds Rhinos and Warrington Wolves’ clash being shown on the OurLeague app and you can pay to watch for £6.95.
The match, which is part of a triple header for the Rhinos’ annual Family Day at Headingley kicks off at 3pm – with Our League’s 5-camera coverage starting at 2.30pm, and available to order for an Earlybird price of £6.95, increasing to £10 on the day of the match.
It will be the 4th Betfred Super League fixture shown live on Our League pay per view this season, and a debut for both the Rhinos and the Wolves.
It means three Round 22 matches will be shown on consecutive days this weekend, following Sky Sports’ coverage of Wakefield Trinity versus Castleford Tigers on Friday night (8pm kick-off), and Leigh Leopards versus Catalans Dragons on Saturday afternoon (3pm).
And there will now be a double header featuring Leeds teams on Sunday afternoon, with Our League’s coverage of the Super League fixture following live streaming of the Betfred Wheelchair Challenge Cup Final between the Rhinos and Catalans Dragons on BBC iPlayer, and the BBC Sport website and app.
Tickets for the Leeds Family Day, including the Rhinos versus Wolves clash at 3pm, are still available from both clubs, with junior tickets for only £5 – Family Day: What’s on Guide (therhinos.co.uk)
But if you can’t be there, click here for details of the Our League coverage – https://www.rugby-league.com/ourleague
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