Sky Sports have confirmed their TV selections for Rounds 16-18.
These include the Round 18 Hull derby as Tony Smith returns to his old stomping round and also includes huge fixtures like Leeds Rhinos vs Warrington Wolves and Hull FC taking on Champions St Helens.
It also means that Leeds Rhinos will reach an impressive total of 11 Sky Sports appearances in 18 rounds.
Leeds have already been shown on Sky Sports in Round One against Warrington Wolves, Round Two against Hull FC, Round Three against St Helens whilst Round Four was the first time they didn’t appear.
Round Five saw their trip to Castleford Tigers broadcast whilst their Round Seven game against Hull KR was shown as was their Round 8 clash against Huddersfield Giants as part of Sky Sports’ coverage of every game over Easter.
Rounds nine through to eleven were the first time Leeds weren’t on Sky for consecutive weeks whilst in Round 12 they returned to the Sky cameras away at Wigan Warriors.
In Round 13 they will host St Helens in a Grand Final rematch on Sky and Round 14 will see every club shown live on Sky as part of the Magic Weekend.
Now it has been confirmed that their Round 16 and 17 clashes against Huddersfield and Warrington will also be shown.
That is 11 appearances on Sky in 18 rounds and 12 appearances on TV in 18 rounds as their match with Catalans Dragons in Round Six was shown on Channel 4.
It is also 13 TV games in 19 weeks of the season given they are set to feature on BBC One on Saturday against Wigan in the Challenge Cup.
Here is every Sky game planned for the next few weeks:
Thursday May 25: Hull KR v Wigan Warriors (8pm)
Friday May 26: Leeds Rhinos v St Helens (8pm)
Round 14 – June 3-4
Magic Weekend, St James’ Park, Newcastle
Friday June 9: St Helens v Wigan Warriors (8pm)
Saturday June 10: Warrington Wolves v Huddersfield Giants (5pm)
Thursday June 22: Hull FC v St Helens (8pm)
Friday June 23: Leeds Rhinos v Huddersfield Giants (8pm)
Thursday June 29: Warrington Wolves v Leeds Rhinos (8pm)
Friday June 30: Leigh Leopards v Hull KR (8pm)
Friday July 7: Warrington Wolves v St Helens (8pm)
Sunday July 9: Hull KR v Hull FC (midday)